The first DLC for the critically-acclaimed Titanfall is here, titled Expedition. The hype has died down, is this enough to draw people back in for more? If you’re a Season Pass holder, this DLC is likely irrelevant to consider. But with no new modes, weapons, classes, or any items besides the three included maps can be a tough steak to chew.
The newly formed Respawn Entertainment has taken somewhat of a gamble with the release of a multiplayer-only game. Something not seen since the releases of Unreal Tournament, Quake III Arena, and other games that haven’t been seen in almost a decade. Conversely, it’s been clear that militaristic singleplayer campaigns are short, are completed once, and then abandoned for time to be sunk into the multiplayer. Respawn trusted their gut, and it has paid off. It isn’t the revolution or evolution that the hype-train was carrying, but Titanfall something of a gem and a standout game amongst clones and general sameness we’ve been playing for years.
Newegg is celebrating the release of Titanfall on Xbox One and PC by giving away the ultimate Titanfall gaming experience. Newegg’s Titanfall Sweepstakes – with the grand prize winner taking home a custom-painted Titanfall Desktop PC, triple monitor setup and an Emperor 1510 scorpion-shaped gaming chair worth nearly $6,000 – is accepting entries through the end of March at http://bit.ly/1iiSqZ0.
Yusuf Mehdi wrote a letter detailing everything about the bundle coming out March 11th.
Today, Microsoft, Electronic Arts and Respawn Entertainment unveiled the Xbox One Titanfall™ Limited Edition Wireless Controller – a killer commemorative companion marking the debut of Titanfall on the Xbox One, the all-in-one entertainment system from Microsoft.