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Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate Is Getting A Whole Lot Of Costume DLC This Week


Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate is getting a significant amount of costume DLC this week, alongside the release of a new character, Phase-4, who is another clone of Kasumi developed by the M.I.S.T. organization, an offshoot of DOATEC.


Phase-4 uses a fighting style based on Kasumi’s Mugen Tenshin Ninjutsu with added improvements. She has a functioning memory and soul, but testing has shown her to be resigned to her fate and never resist combat orders. As a result, her conscience is filled with sorrow.


Here’s a list of all the DLC coming alongside Phase-4 this week:


Phase-4 Character + Phase-4 Alternate Costumes: The Phase-4 character along with six alternate costumes will cost $12.99/€12.99. Alternatively, you can buy the costumes separately for a $7.99/€7.99 bundle, or individually for $1.99/€1.99 each.

PS3 (US): June 17th | PS3 (EU): June 25th

360 (US): June 18th | 360 (EU): June 18th




New costumes – Overalls: Overall costumes for Kasumi, Ayane, Hitomi, Kokoro, Leifang, Tina, Mila, Momiji, Marie Rose and Phase-4. You can buy these as a set for $14.99/€14.99 or individually for $1.99/€1.99 each.

PS3 (US): June 17th | PS3 (EU): June 25th

360 (US): June 18th | 360 (EU): June 18th



Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z costumes: The costumes that were initially released exclusively to people that purchased the collector’s edition of YAIBA: Ninja Gaiden Z. These can be bought for $1.99/€1.99 each, and are for Hayabusa and Momiji.

PS3 (US): June 17th | PS3 (EU): June 18th

360 (US): June 18th | 360 (EU): June 18th



In order to access Phase-4 and the costume DLC, you’ll need to download the 1.07 update for Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate. More details on the update can be found here.

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