It's not even those, they come with the DLC planned for early March.
Radnet is, - 20 events (similar to the events in the first game) - 20 challenges (similar to the stuff you would do for achievements/trophies, like 'kill 20 enemies in a single attack', etc) - 5 developer videos - 5 mutations (not new moves, it's things like +10% claw leap range, +10% damage to ground spike, etc) - Avatar items/themes - Mercer skin
It really isn't that big of a deal, especially considering you get it for free with new first run copies of the game. It's just that people see '55 DLC items' and overreact. I honestly think they shot themselves in the foot by telling everyone it's 55 DLC items. --- Loyalty can't be bought at any price; but it can be rented remarkably cheaply.
I wasn't really angry, I should've used a different word.
I wanted to rent it first to see if was worth my money. I don't want to waste 60 dollars for something that may not be good.
I was going to be upset because this would've been another greedy dev move that's running this industry to the ground by holding out important content from others. But it's just a bunch of worthless challenges and skins that don't effect my experience. --- 3DS FC: 4725-7947-0440 PSN: Marcster1994