Remedy has said it will email replacement codes out to all Alan Wake owners who redeemed their free DLC code too early and cannot access the content.
Microsoft released the first piece of DLC for Alan Wake, 'The Signal', on Xbox Live Marketplace yesterday (Tuesday). It was supposed to be free to those who had codes included in the game box at launch, but those who redeemed their code before the DLC was released are now finding that they're unable to download their content.
Remedy is on the case: "If you've redeemed your code prior to release Microsoft will be sending out new codes to you via your email on XBL," it Tweeted (via Joystiq). All, it seems, will be fine. Just make sure the email address tied to your Xbox Live account is present and correct.
For everyone else, the DLC will cost 560 Microsoft Points, which is about £4.80. The Signal is the first of three new Alan Wake episodes. Developer Remedy has confirmed that 'The Writer' and another unnamed episode are scheduled for later this year.
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