It seems that the downloadable content that was announced for the PlayStation 3 version of Street Fighter X Tekken is already on the Xbox 360 disc, as the character models, prologues and endings for each of the "add on" characters were found there.
The DLC had previously been announced as free for the PlayStation 3. According to Capcom, "The PlayStation 3 version of Street Fighter X Tekken arrives with bonus characters Cole, Toro and Kuro available right away. Just one week later, you can hop online and pick up (for free) two additional fighters for the PS3 edition." Additional versions of the characters would then be available on the 13th March, including Elena, Guy, Alisa, Mega Man, Pac-Man and others, which were found on the 360 disc.
It's odd, then, that that DLC would already be present there. Is it, too, going to be free, with the PS3 getting limited time exclusivity on the content, or does this mean Xbox 360 owners will have to pay for what PS3 owners are getting free?
This, ignoring the fact that the DLC won't be actual downloadable content. Rather, it'll be unlocked off the disc, paid or not, which is a major issue with gamers.
Capcom has yet to make any comments about the situation.
Street Fighter X Tekken is due to be released on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on the 6th March in North America, and the 9th March in Europe.