Titanfall 2 free DLC to be available for Windows PC, Xbox One

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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Titanfall 2 is a first-person shooter video game that has been developed by Respawn Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts. The game was released back on October 28, 2016 and it is available for Windows PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

The first DLC for the game is named Angel City’s Most Wanted and will be released for the game on November 30, 2016. This DLC will be free and be available for all owners of the main game.

Angel City’s Most Wanted DLC for Titanfall 2 comes with a new map called “Angel City Area”, the Wingman Elite Pistol, Pilot Execution: Inner Pieces, many Titan Kits to customize the Titans and new stats and FAQ screens.

The new DLC also comes with the in-game store from which players will be able to purchase cosmetic items to improve the look of their Titans. It seems that there will be no in-game currency exchange, which means that there will be no locked loot boxes, pay-to-win weaponry, crafting shards, etc. In other words, if you see something, you just purchase it and that’s it. However, you should keep in mind that those items are purely cosmetic and the stats of your Titan won’t be affected.

More new DLCs will be released for this game sometime in the near future. If you don’t own Titanfall 2 on your Xbox One, then we suggest you to purchase it right away as now it’s sold for only $41.99, which means that you will save about $18. In addition, if you have an Xbox Live Gold membership, you will be able to purchase this game for $35.99.

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