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‘Titanfall’ DLC release date windows, pricing and more revealed

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More “Titanfall” DLC details have been revealed by GameStop. According to a report from Gamepur on March 6, the retailer provided an advertisement for the future expansions of the first-person shooter.

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Three major DLC packs will be coming to “Titanfall.” Respawn Entertainment is planning to release a new expansion for the spring, summer and fall seasons. Each of the products will be priced at $9.99. However, players can save $5 by purchasing the season pass for the software product. By paying $24.99 up front, purchasers will be able to access all three of the DLC packs.

Vince Zampella previously confirmed that “Titanfall” would also be getting free updates along with the paid expansions. On the other hand, the co-founder of Respawn Entertainment reassured fans that the software product won’t be plagued by the online pass and microtransactions.

The season pass and three DLC packs will be available for the PC, Xbox 360 and Xbox One versions of “Titanfall.” The video game is set to ship for the PC and Xbox One platforms on March 11. The Xbox 360 iteration, which is being ported externally by Bluepoint Games, should be launching on March 25. You can find a few screens featuring the latest new intellectual property from Electronic Arts with the slideshow gallery located to the left side of this article.


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