Resident Evil 6 will be receiving a fairly substantial content update and patch in mid-December, according to Capcom. The update initially only included two features, a co-op partner for the Ada Wong campaign and the No Hope difficulty mode. Capcom has since decided to flesh the patch out a bit more, confirming today that they're adding camera options to the game which will allow the player to zoom out for a wider field of view, as well as additional language/subtitle options.
You might recall some controversy over some of this "additional free content" as some, like the No Hope difficulty, was discovered to be on the retail disc. It was only after this discovery that Capcom made the announcement that the content was meant to be free. Of course, why it takes two and a half months to unlock is still a mystery.
Resident Evil 6 was released October 2 for the PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. Check out the screenshots below for a look at how the camera zoom will change the field of view, and there are also some shots of Ada's new handsome co-op partner. Again, the free patch is planned to release mid-December.