Scott Pilgrim Co-op DLC Out on PSN and XBLA This Week

Scott Pilgrim Co-op DLC Out on PSN and XBLA This Week

After three delays and almost three whole years after Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World: The Game released, the ”Online Multiplayer + Wallace Pack” will finally be releasing on the PlayStation Network this week. As the pack title suggests, the DLC will add online multiplayer that fans have been pining for for years, as well as Scott’s roomate Wallace Wells to the playable roster.

Priced at £3.99 / €4.99 / $4.99, it is available now in North America and will arrive in Europe tomorrow. Ubisoft producer Guillaume Gad gave the release date on the PlayStation Blog, while Xbox Live community manager Major Nelson tweeted that the DLC will also be coming to the Xbox 360.

Sony also noted that PlayStation Plus members receive a 20 per cent discount on both the DLC pack or the Ultimate Edition of the full game, which includes all of the DLC to date in one bundle. This offer will be available for two weeks.

You can catch all the DLC’s content in video form below:

Here are the confirmed Trophies / Achievements for the game:

  • Wallace the novice! 

Complete your first online match with Scott Pilgrim Online Multiplayer and Wallace pack

  • Everybody wants to play 

Play Online with all characters at least once (including Wallace Wells)

  • And… It’s a Wrap! 

Clear the game once with Wallace Wells

  • Wallaciraptor! 

Knockout 200 enemies in online mode with Scott Pilgrim Online Multiplayer and Wallace pack.

[Source: Eurogamer]


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