In a recent financial conference call, Take-Two Interactive made it clear that brick and mortar was still a profitable distribution method, dubbing it the “channel for the foreseeable future,” but downloadable was noted as a brilliant companion. One so viable, it seems, that all future Take-Two titles will have some sort of downloadable component. Call it a lesson learned from the first Grand Theft Auto IV expansion.
We love downloadable content, especially when it's done right, meaning it wasn't something stripped from the game for the sake of stripping it from the game. Rockstar North nailed DLC with "The Lost and Damned," so it'll be interesting to see if we'll get thrilling side missions for BioShock 2 or the usual map packs and game modes. Our guess is both.
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