Namco Bandai Games Europe gave us a preview of the kind of downloadable content coming to Soulcalibur V. Like Soulcalibur IV, Project Soul is planning on releasing character customization items.
On February 3rd (launch day for Europe), users will be able to get fairy wings, face paint, bikinis and original music from Soul Blade and Soulcalibur. Animal heads, breastplates, and kimonos plus music from Soulcalibur II and III are scheduled for Valentine’s Day. A third round of DLC includes masks, more face paint, camouflage, and skull looks along with music for Soulcalibur IV and Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny.
Each DLC pack costs 160 Microsoft Points ($2) or €1.99 on PlayStation Network (these will probably be $1.99 in North America). No word on how much Dampierre DLC will cost if you don’t pick up Soulcalibur V from Best Buy.