Titanfall Season Pass Now Free For Xbox One & 360 To Celebrate One Year Anniversary

By Alex Riviello , Updated Mar 11, 2015 12:04 AM EDT

Today is Titanfall's one year anniversary of release on the Xbox One, and gamers can now enjoy all three dlc packs for absolutely free on Xbox Live, for both the Xbox One and 360.

That's right, the Season Pass (and all three DLC packs included) currently costs $0.00 on Xbox Live. It seems as if it's a pretty generous gift from Respawn Entertainment, although there's been no official word on it just yet. Since Titanfall was released on March 11, 2014, it seems obvious that this is a nice way of giving back to the gamers that have supported the title over the last year.

The game itself can be found for as little as $22 on Amazon right now, so this might be the best chance to jump into it that you ever will get.

If you already have the game (or if you just want to get a jump start on this deal) head on over to Xbox Live to "purchase" the season pass.

Sadly, PC gamers don't seem to be included with this deal, as the Season Pass is still listed as $24.99 on Origin, and the DLC at $9.99 a pop.

Here are the descriptions of all three DLC packs included, as well as links to the currently free packs, in case you only need to pick up a couple to complete your collection. Enjoy, and happy anniversary to Titanfall.

Expedition- "Expedition, the first DLC pack for Titanfall. Featuring three all new maps: Swampland, Runoff and Wargames set on new worlds across the Frontier. In the wake of the Battle of Demeter, IMC Expeditionary Forces travel deep into Frontier space to recover from their recent defeat. On an uncharted world, the IMC begin construction of a new fleet operations base, using newly acquired water collection and filtration plants to support the new base. When drainage operations reveal ancient ruins and artifacts of an unknown origin in a nearby swamp, Spyglass activates an archaeological team to investigate the site. To maintain battle readiness at the new base, IMC Pilots use simulation pods to train for anticipated Militia raids, based on lessons learned in Angel City and IMC Airbase Sierra."

Frontier's Edge- "The battle for the Frontier continues with Frontier's Edge - the second DLC map pack for Titanfall. Featuring three all new maps: Dig Site, Export and Haven on the far reaches of the Frontier. In desperate need of raw materials to support Titan production at their newly established base of operations, IMC forces begin probing attacks at the edge of the Frontier, striking at smaller, lightly defended settlements. Isolated mining operations are targeted in particular for the resource rich substrate found within their dig sites. Battles at these sites spill over to the nearby port city of Export, where local Militia forces struggle to stave off the IMC. Nearly overrun, the local Militia forces fall back to the resort world of Haven and send out a distress call for help. With the First Militia Fleet still days away, the IMC forces press the attack, continuing their resurgence within the Frontier."

IMC Rising- "IMC continue the fight for the Frontier in the IMC Rising Map Pack, the third DLC map pack for Titanfall. Despite gains made in earlier conflicts, the IMC must seek every advantage they can find, given that their reinforcements from the Core Systems are still years away. The IMC begin re-commissioning old secret installations to rekindle their shattered industrial military complex. In support of this objective, IMC security forces deploy to track down their own deserters and mutineers, before too many of the installations' precise coordinates find their way into the hands of the Militia. Featuring three all new maps: Backwater, Zone 18 and Sandtrap."

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