Square Enix has also detailed the other four content packs for the game, which range from offering new costumes and bonuses to content that was previously reserved for those who pre-ordered the title.
First up, the Dragon Master pack is now available for 640MSP/$7.99/€6.49/£5.10 and includes five of the pre-order packs that were available for the game, adding high-speed shootouts, Shaolin monk content, a bundle specially themed around Mixed Martial Arts champion Georges St-Pierre and a range of new clothing options with varying bonuses.
Next the Square Enix character pack will be available on November 14 for 160MSP/$1.99/€1.49/£1.19 on all platforms in Europe and all except the PS3 in America, where it'll be available from November 20. This pack also includes a range of clothes with different bonuses, based on other franchises in Square Enix's stables including Hitman, Deus Ex and Just Cause.
While the other packs haven't been dated or priced yet, the Drunken Fist pack will unlock a new fighting style for Wei to use, while the Gangland Style pack offers a range of tattoos that each come with their own buffs. You'll be able to choose whether you want to be decked out as a Yakuza, a member of the Russian Mob or the Mongrel Tribe.
This isn't the last batch of DLC the game will be seeing either; Square Enix promised that the game would receive six months of additional content following its August release.