Those who pre-ordered Street Fighter X Tekken for the PlayStation Vita are still waiting on the downloadable content they were promised as part of their purchases.
Owners of the PS Vita version of the game took to the Capcom forums to vent their frustration over the lack of DLC that was meant to be made available three days ago when the game was released.
As part of the Vita pre-order bonuses, owners were promised 12 new characters, which are available as DLC on the console version of Street Fighter X Tekken, 12 alternate costumes for said characters and an additional 38 costumes for the characters from the main roster. What they received instead was a PlayStation Network redemption code that only allowed them to redeem the 12 alternate costumes. The code did not give them access to the 12 DLC characters or the costumes for the main roster.
PS Vita owners expressed their disappointment on the forums, urging Capcom to remedy the situation as soon as possible.
Capcom responded on Twitter: "SFxT Vita owners, we're aware of the DLC redemption issues and are working with Sony on a solution. You will receive your content."
Capcom staff also apologized to PS Vita owners on the Capcom blog, asking them to "hang tight a little longer" while they worked on a solution.