'Titanfall 2' Release Date, News & Update: Respawn Opposes Paid Multiplayer DLC & Season Pass!
Respawn's "Titanfall 2" is arriving today and the studio has already shot down the dreams of fans who are looking to obtain a season pass for the game. The studio took to their official blog to air their concerns, and now gamers know that Respawn opposes paid multiplayer DLC and a season pass.
According to Kotaku, Respawn is priding themselves in the fact that "Titanfall 2," which hits PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC today, will not treat anyone special by creating paid multiplayer DLC and a season pass. Their goal as a studio, they claim, is to avoid "splitting up the community."
Respawn's decision to oppose paid multiplayer DLC and a season pass for "Titanfall 2" would mean that fans could access all content as soon as they purchase the game today. This will also avoid segregating fans into those who can dish out extra cash for additional content, and those who are happy with the game itself, as per Cinemablend.
According to PCGamer, now that Respawn is opposed to paid multiplayer DLC and a season pass for "Titanfall 2," fans will be able to get all additional post-release content for absolutely free. The studio hinted that the legendary Angel City map is something to look forward to when the game arrives today. Gamers who purchase "Titanfall" will get access to the full single player campaign, the full multiplayer maps and modes, and long-term support, the studio promised.
"Titanfall 2" is developed by Respawn Entertainment, produced by Drew McCoy, and directed by Steve Fukuda. The first-person shooter video game is a follow up to the 2014 title of the same name. "Titanfall" was honored with over 60 awards during the 2013 E3 festivities, and if this is any indication, it seems that the game is touted to be one of this year's best releases as well. Check back for more updates on "Titanfall 2."
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