The First Dead Or Alive 6 Season Pass Costs $93

Illustration for article titled The First emDead Or Alive 6/em Season Pass Costs $93

It’s rare that a season pass for a game costs $33 more than the game itself. Dead or Alive 6 owners can now drop nearly a hundred bucks on two new characters and 62 costumes. Considering downloadable content costs for the previous game, that could be a bargain.

Prices for the season pass bundle, now available alongside the game on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, weren’t revealed until yesterday. The high price was not unexpected, however. Tecmo Koei released vast amounts of cosmetic DLC for Dead or Alive 5: Last Round: hundreds of costumes totaling hundreds of dollars. So the Dead or Alive 6 developers rolling out this $93 deal—and specifies that there will be more—isn’t a huge surprise.

What does $93 get a player? In addition to the new characters, the 62 costumes include NiCO’s “Technomancer Gear,” seen above, and Nyotengu’s wrestling getup.

Illustration for article titled The First emDead Or Alive 6/em Season Pass Costs $93

Here’s everything that comes in the pricey bundle:

  • Happy Wedding Costumes Vol.1
  • Happy Wedding Costumes Vol. 2
  • Costume Pack Vol.1
  • Costume Pack Vol. 2
  • Additional Character Mai Shiranui
  • Mai Shiranui Debut Costumes
  • Additional New Character
  • Additional New Character Debut Costumes

That might not seem like a lot, but it works out to about $1 a costume and $15 for each additional character, including their debut outfits. Plus there’s the peace of mind from knowing that you’re completely covered for Dead or Alive 6 DLC for three months.


- Downloadable content not included in the list above may be released during the same period, but it will not be covered by this Season Pass 1.

Almost completely covered.

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Michael Crider

At this point they should just make the game free. It’s clear they want to make most of their money from add-on crap, just give the basic level of access away.