Make your mind up. Final Fantasy XIII producer Yoshinori Kitase has denied that there are plans to release any downloadable content for the RPG epic, just weeks after saying there would be.

"Regarding the DLC content, we feel that the final product is 100 per cent enjoyable... it's the complete package. So we're not planning any DLC at this time," Kitase told the PlayStation blog.

He also moved to clear up talk of a large amount of content that had been cut from the game, which many guessed might form the basis of future DLC plans.

"In regard to the rumoured cut content, we feel it was taken out of context," Kitase said. "There are a lot of ideas that are brought to the table, and then the team takes the best ideas out of those, and the final product is polished that way. There was content that were 'ideas' that didn't make the final content, but the team isn't looking to release that as downloadable content."

There seems to be some confusion here, but we're going to err on the side of "not happening".

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