I'm still hoping against hope that it's a platform-specific thing - I'm sure I remember reading about a game which had content not included on the disc only on a certain platform in the last few years. Wish I could remember what it was so I could try and verify whether my memory was correct. Pretty sure I'm setting myself up for disappointment there, though, and that the content will be download-only across all platforms. I'd have no problem with the new content being download-only if the physical release had happened back when the vanilla game launched (or even a few months later) - post-launch DLC is par for the course nowadays and a fun way of expanding games we already played to death. My problem here is that the new content is being advertised as part of the physical package, with the launch timed to coincide with the content's release and the new content the focus of all the advertising, when really it's just the vanilla version of the game on the disc/cart. If they were only ever going to press the base game onto the physical media, they should have released it a lot sooner than this and just launched this new content as DLC, rather than pretending it's part of the physical package. It's doubly frustrating because Mania Plus got this exactly right, waiting for the physical release until the DLC content was ready and - most importantly - actually including it on the disc/cart. Heck, some games even have later re-presses with DLC included, so a physical vanilla Origins wouldn't necessarily have precluded Origins Plus getting a proper physical release down the line - see Streets of Rage 4: Mr. X Nightmare for a good example (which, incidentally, I did sell my OG copy of Streets of Rage 4 to fund a purchase of, as I wanted the copy with the latest updates/DLC on cart). It's annoying, as I want to support the physical release of these games on my platform of choice, but this whole "new content is actually download-only" aspect is really souring the whole thing for me.