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‘Titanfall’ DLC microtransactions, price and season pass discussed

‘Titanfall’ DLC microtransactions, price and season pass discussed
‘Titanfall’ DLC microtransactions, price and season pass discussed
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Vince Zampella has confirmed several details regarding the post-launch support of “Titanfall.” According to a report from Joystiq on March 5, the co-founder of Respawn Entertainment disclosed that the upcoming multiplatform video game is going to come with a mix of free and paid expansion packs.

Vince Zampella went on to use the addition of private matches as an example of what fans can expect from a free update. Although “Titanfall” has some paid DLC packs, it won’t contain microtransactions. Furthermore, a season pass will be offered so that players can purchase access to all of the expansions at a discounted price. You can take a look at some screens from the PC, Xbox 360 and Xbox One first-person shooter in the slideshow to the left side of this article as well as the comments from the co-founder below (courtesy of GameSpot and Joystiq):

We're going to do paid DLC, we're also going to do free updates. There are things that we want in the game that we didn't get to ship in the final game. So we'll add private matches and things like that for free. There will be some paid DLC. We're going to do a season pass just because if you buy it up front, it's a deal. We're not going to do microtransactions. So a season pass is just buy it up front, and you get a better price.

Vince Zampella previously stated that “Titanfall” won’t come with an online pass, which would have prevented owners of used copies from playing the game without purchasing a code. The forthcoming title can only be played online. It will be released on March 11 for the PC and Xbox One as well as March 25 on the Xbox 360.

Respawn Entertainment is the main developer behind “Titanfall.” While the studio developed the PC and Xbox One versions, the production of the Xbox 360 iteration were handed off to Bluepoint Games.