Maybe its just me. I hardly ever look at DLC because I never buy it. I purchase pretty much all fighting games because its my first love as far as games go but DLC has never been a thing I cared about. My first and only concern is the main game is complete. If that is the case it gets my money. Any other extra stuff I consider fluff and not worth my time unless its priced right.
My gripe is that I always see gamers complain about developer supporting their game and actually charging for extra content believing it should be free. The content should not be free because the work creating it isn't free. Price is another thing and each developer has to pick the right sweet spot for sales. If the price is too high then the community as a whole is at fault for supporting it.
The problem is that gamers born pre-2000 know that a lot of the things sold and celebrated as "extras" today are things that were part of the actual games years ago. Unlockable/hidden characters, alternate costumes, etc. Those were all in game to be unlocked as a reward for playing. Today, these things are carved out and sold back to the consumer at additional cost.