All three of Titanfall‘s downloadable content expansions are currently free on Xbox One and Xbox 360, according to a tweet from developer Respawn Entertainment. The three expansions are also listed as free on publisher Electronic Arts’ Origin site for Windows download. The promotion marks the one year anniversary of the game’s initial release, on March 11, 2014.
DEAL: All Titanfall DLCs are available for FREE on both Xbox One and Xbox 360! Visit the Xbox Live Marketplace to see the deal!
— Titanfall Blog (@TitanfallBlog) March 11, 2015
Expedition, Frontier’s Edge, and IMC Rising usually cost $10 each, or $25 combined as part of the season pass, but each is listed as free for the time being. It is not clear how long the promotion will last and neither Microsoft nor EA has formally announced the deal.
Titanfall shook up first-person shooters with a revitalized sense of motion, creating “fast-moving yet accessible multiplayer action.” The initial release felt lacking, with only a handful of maps and modes to choose from, but with three expansions available now for free, there’s no better time to get into the game’s pilot-vs-mech action.
Recent rumors have suggested that Respawn started work on a sequel. Unlike the first game, which launched as an Xbox console exclusive, sources at EA suggested that the sequel would launch on a wider range of platforms, allowing a larger audience to join in on the fun.
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