Fans of Sam Raimi’s horror brand are delving into some asymmetrical multiplayer action with the release of the new Evil Dead game. However, there have been a few launch issues. If you’re having trouble redeeming your Evil Dead DLC codes, here is some advice on how to get the DLC to display on your account.
We’ll go over what happens when some gamers try to redeem the DLC in this Evil Dead guide, as well as the steps to properly unlock it. It’s likely to be infuriating for those who paid extra for the game, but the good news is that a fix is on the way.
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How to Get the Evil Dead DLC to Show Up
It’s likely that the Evil Dead pre-order bonus items aren’t activated on each platform’s retail, causing this issue. While the game is now available, it appears to be experiencing some minor issues.
As a result, we recommend that you attempt redeeming your Evil Dead DLC codes again in the hours and days after the launch. Redeeming your Evil Dead DLC codes should begin to function once the launch frenzy dies down and the game is fully released across all platforms’ stores.
Which DLCs for The Evil Dead don’t work?
The Savini Ash and Army of Darkness skins are the two main Evil Dead DLC packs that appear to be affected by the launch glitch. Both were pre-order bonus codes, but the season pass also has access to them.
Surprisingly, different systems appear to have issues with different skins. On the Evil Dead game subreddit, players are reporting that their Savini codes have either not arrived or have been rejected by digital retailers. Owners of the Collector’s Edition with the Army of Darkness skins appear to be experiencing trouble redeeming the associated codes as well.
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It gets a little trickier for players who have yet to receive their codes. Because your platform of choice recognizes that you have the upgraded edition, you’ll most likely be able to get the Army of Darkness skins for free from the store. It’s also worth following Saber Interactive’s support Twitter account, as they’ll undoubtedly address the problem if it persists.
While frustrating, it’s reassuring to see that it’s not a game-breaking issue and, hopefully, it will be resolved soon. The same could be said about the Evil Dead Xbox version not working, but it looks to have been resolved today.
Now that you’ve managed to fix the issue, refer to this article to learn how to unlock Amanda Fisher character in the game.