The fury will not abate over Mass Effect 3's "From Ashes" extension, a downloadable content package available on the day it was released (and within the game's collector's edition). A user has produced a video alleging that one of the characters available in the DLC is actually on the disc.
The user shows his work, going through the directory, making adjustments and ultimately unlocking Tavik for play, manipulating him in-game.
The argument may be semantic, however. All characters may be included on a game disc, because the game needs to know how to manage them in modes like multiplayer, or for some other developmental reason, while the narrative content in which they appear is later downloaded.
Regardless, it does damage BioWare's credibility and its argument that this content was developed parallel to the rest of the game and was not completed until after the game had gone into certification. It may be that what BioWare means to describe are the DLC's missions, viewing this character as a game asset and not content itself.
Many gamers disagree with that vehemently, viewing any content on the disc that is not available to them as a underhanded requirement to pay extra for something already owned.
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