All good things come to an end, as the developers from “LittleBigPlanet” have announced that the Marvel downloadable content (DLC) for the game will be leaving the PlayStation Store soon. Fans will have till Dec. 31 to download all of the Marvel DLC before all of them are eventually taken down.

To show that the developers are in the holiday spirit however, the official “LittleBigPlanet” website has announced that all of the Marvel DLC will be on sale before they’re all taken down. Each bundle will now cost US$3.29(AU $4.5), it is usually US$5.99( AU $8), making it a decent enough bargain for players.

Fans will also be happy to know that the DLC is re-downloadable, so those that delete it will be able to download it again, as noted by Polygon. While it seems basic, it has become a big deal as of late, especially since the demo of “P.T.” can no longer be downloaded on the PlayStation Store.

Plenty of familiar characters are in these Marvel DLC packs, like Spider-Man, Wolverine, Deadpool, Thor and more. Those that want to dress up their little Sackboy as these characters should pick up the DLC while they still can, as they will be pulled come Jan. 1.

This isn’t the first time Marvel-related DLC has been pulled due to licensing issues. Activision pulled out all the DLC for “Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2” after a year or so. The “Deadpool” video game and all of its DLC have also been removed from online stores, though the Steam version of the game has resurfaced, along with a remastered version for PS4 and Xbox One.

Arguably the most popular games removed due to the Marvel license issue was “Marvel vs Capcom 2” and its predecessor “Marvel vs Capcom: Origins.” While the games can be re-downloaded by previous owners, they can no longer be purchased through PSN or Xbox Live.

Dec. 31 is when all of the Marvel DLC for “LittleBigPlanet” will be pulled, so those interested in some cute Marvel costumes better hurry. The Marvel DLC was made for “LittleBigPlanet” and “LittleBigPlanet 2,” though all of the DLC are compatible with “LittleBigPlanet 3.”

Contact the writer at, or let us know what you think below.

LittleBigPlanet Vita - Marvel Arcade Pack Trailer (Credit: YouTube/PlayStation)