Last year world leaked out that "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World: The Game" would be getting a dose of DLC that would introduce online multiplayer along with bringing the Wallace character into the game. Unfortunately, the DLC didn't drop in August like it was supposed to.
If you don't remember "Scott Pilgrim" it's probably because it came out about three years ago, and in the time since it released the video game world has had a ton of huge games released. That's not to say a downloadable title can't keep up with the big dogs, but "Scott Pilgrim" may have lost his chance to stick around thanks to some bad design choices.
While the game is your standard beat 'em up, complete with retro references and local co-op, for some strange reason there was no way to play online with your friends. In these modern times, it's hard to get people to gather around one screen, online co-op is important now. Seriously, you're releasing it on the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3, systems known for online multiplayer, and your game doesn't support it? Huge mistake.
Now Microsoft has listed an upcoming Xbox Live Arcade event, with sales and DLC to be released, one of them is the "Online Multiplayer + Wallace Pack" for "Scott Pilgrim". It's listed with a February 6 release date and a price of 160 MS Points ($2).
So, if you still have "Scott Pilgrim" and want to play online with a buddy, you may get your chance next month.
UPDATE: Just as this news broke of the DLC dropping for "Scott Pilgrim", creator of the game Byran O'Malley took to Tumblr and revealed that the Playstation Network would get the DLC Febuary 5, with the XBLA getting it on February 6.