Capcom's released details of its plans for Street Fighter x Tekken's DLC schedule. The company's promising to drip-feed free and paid content throughout the year to keep players keen. Things kick off on April 3, when a range of swap costumes – putting Street Fighters into Tekken gears and vice versa, as seen in the gallery above – will be available for $1/80 MSP each, or in two packs priced at $13/1040 MSP per pack. There'll also be free color packs and quick combos released on the same day.
Also releasing in April will be an update to add tournament play, speed up gem selection and improve the game's sound quality; check Capcom's Twitch TV channel on 4pm PST Monday for live coverage of this update. A few weeks after that update, Capcom's promising a sizeable chunk of free DLC to add over 60 new gems, added gem-save slots and a replay analyzer to get technical breakdowns of your battles.
The game's biggest update is arguably the one you most likely know already, even though it's also the furthest away: come the fall release of SFxT on Vita, the game's remaining 12 fighters (Blanka, Sakura, Guy, Cody, Elena, Dudley, Alisa, Bryan, Christie, Jack, Lars and Lei) will be available for unlocking in exchange for $20/1600 MSP. The company says it'll also have a fix incoming for the infinite-combo bugs some players have experienced; but being as combos are just a bug anyway, we like to hope that's code for "bringing in some of those other fighters you guys were bugging us about." (It's not.)