As predicted, EA have announced that their upcoming shooter – Titanfall – will have additional content released after the launch of the game itself.
EA Confirm Titanfall Stance At Investors Conference
Respawn Entertainment’s shooter Titanfall is being widely anticipated and is expected to be one of the first big next gen releases upon launch – so it is no surprise that EA will be looking to cash in as much as possible on the title.
They have now confirmed that there will be at least some form of DLC added to the release at a recent investors call.
They have yet to confirm the actual make up of any additional content and we only know that it is designed to “evolve” the game. Gamers will be hoping that this is the case as charging for additional DLC that is technically available on launch will certainly not go down well in the gaming community.
EA’s Andrew Wilson Clarifies Titanfall DLC Stance
One worry was that the game would feature microtransaction but that was refuted by the developer. They were seemingly less willing to rule out the possibility of a “Season Pass” however. EA’s Andrew Wilson attempted to clarify what they were planning.
“We’re planning extra content already for the product, but in the nature of the live service, I think that that will evolve over time as we see how the player base evolves through the year.”
So what exactly can we expect from the DLC clearly on the way?
Will Titanfall Deply Call of Duty DLC Model?
It is important to remember who exactly is behind Titanfall. Respawn Entertainment founders Jason West and Vince Zampella helped make Call of Duty what it is today so it will be no surprise if there is likenesses in future release models.
Map packs priced at around $15 each may be what gamers can expect if this is the case. Multiplayer arena add ons and updates may also make up some of the DLC.
Titanfall itself is released in March this year for PC,Xbox 360 and Xbox One.