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Where To Find DLC Items In Sakura Wars

Where To Find DLC Items In Sakura Wars
Special editions and pre-order versions of Sakura Wars comes with some additional goodies. This guide on Where To Find DLC Items In Sakura Wars will tell you exactly where you need to go in order to obtain your DLC and unlock the different options it provides such as new costumes and music.

It’s important to note that if you purchased Sakura Wars after its official release, or you didn’t purchase an special edition, there’s a good chance that you do not have any DLC to activate. However, it’s very easy to check what DLC is available and what DLC you can activate by using the following information.

Where To Find DLC Items In Sakura Wars

Some games hide DLC away behind progress or reaching certain points of the story. Others are tucked into several screens of menus. Thankfully however, Sakura Wars’ DLC is very simple to access. When you start up the game you will see several options, New Games, Extras, and License. You want to select the Extras option. This will open a new screen featuring options relating to the DLC in Sakura Wars.

From the Extras menu you can access a number of options including Swim Suits, Cat Ears, Dog Tails, and different changes to the main theme. You can select the character and then browse through the different options available to make the selection that fits your personal style and play.

Once you begin your play through, there does not appear to be an option to change characters into DLC outfits. We’re still very early into the game so the option may appear as you progress further into the main story. That should be everything you need to know to claim your DLC in Sakura Wars.

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