In celebration of the one year anniversary of ‘Titanfall’, Respawn Entertainment has announced that all DLC for the first person shooter will be available for free.
Announced in a blog post by Respawn Entertainment co-founder Vince Zampella, the ‘Titanfall’ DLC, which includes the trio of map packs ‘Expedition’, ‘Frontier’s Edge’ and ‘IMC Rising’, are all currently free to download on the Windows PC, Xbox One and Xbox 360. Previously, these map packs were each individually priced at $10 a pop.
Initially, Microsoft had removed the prices of all the ‘Titanfall’ DLC packs without much of an announcement, which lead many consumers to wonder if a special limited-time promotion was going on or if some kind of error had been made. However, Zampella’s announcement confirmed that all DLC for the first person shooter would actually be made free for an indefinite amount of time.
In order to secure all of the ‘Titanfall’ DLC for free, users only need to download the game’s Season Pass, which is up as a free download on each platform’s respective marketplace.
“Thanks again to all of you who’ve supported us and we can’t wait to make more games for you in the future,” said Zampella.
For those who might have missed it, ‘Titanfall’ is an online competitive multiplayer first person shooter that revolves around the concept of large scale battles fought with soldiers and large mech-styled exoskeletons called “Titans.” When it was released on March 11 last year, it was met with mostly positive reviews by critics who praised it for its unique premise, accessible gameplay and overall game balance.
‘Titanfall’ was developed by Respawn Entertainment, a studio formed by two veteran developers from the famous ‘Call of Duty’ dev team Infinity Ward.
‘Titanfall’ is currently available now for Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Windows PC.