It's not the dlc that's early, it's the game that's late by 2 years!! DOH & LOLSorry if my post did sound a bit harsh. Anyway when I mean killing the gaming industry, I don't mean the sales they produce, I meant the reputation the publishers/developers carry. For instance when I got Battlefield 3 I got a code for a gun and it's attachments, a whole 4 maps and loads of pre order stuff, and was released to the public shortly after. My point being that developers are taking more and more out of there games and selling it as micro transactions, giving you the illusion you're buying something 'new'. Future Soldiers DLC isn't that bad (thank god it's not disk locked content) but I get the feeling because it's so close to the release, they planned this way in advanced and started developing it before the game was complete. Personally I would rather the game come out, Ubisoft then focuses on fixing any bugs and making sure everything runs well. THEN make the DLC.