That’s according to a receipt (below) from Gamestop where one customer handed over $10 for the mysterious DLC.
EGM’s TAKE: Neither EA or BioWare have even hinted at DLC for Mass Effect 3, past the bonus weapon and armor packs that certain retailers are offering, and as far as we’re aware these are not all being sold as a bundle by Gamestop. This is one mystery that is begging to be solved. Is it a fake receipt? Is Gamestop really selling DLC codes? If so how did this person actually find out, as we doubt it was being advertised on the window. Hopefully EA or BioWare can shed some light on the situation.
Would you pay for DLC before a game even releases? Is the receipt real? Leave your thoughts below.