Have you enjoyed your experience with Titanfall 2 so far even since you got it up and running? If you have answered in the affirmative, and yet are looking for something more from the title, perhaps you might be interested in the fact that Titanfall 2’s first DLC pack is all set to arrive this coming November 30th -- which isn’t too long more to wait, actually. Even better news is, this very first DLC will be a free download, an announcement that should put a nice, big smile on the faces of gamers. After all, gamers have long been paying for DLCs after purchasing the game in order to get the next “shot” of adrenaline rush from the same title with different characters, new items, weapons and adventures, and an expanding storyline, so to see the offering of the Angel City’s Most Wanted DLC for free for Titanfall 2 is a welcome and refreshing change.
Let’s assume that you are already jaded when it comes to sending showers of death and destruction on the enemies in Titanfall 2 over the past month. Surely having the Angel City’s Most Wanted DLC will whet your appetite for more this coming November 30th. The name of the DLC itself more or less gives the game away, where it will provide gamers with access to the Angel City map which proved to be rather popular in the first Titanfall title. Take note that folks who placed a pre-order for Titanfall 2 would be able to receive the map this coming November 30th, while the rest of the world will just have to be patient and wait it out until December 3rd for it to become available. I guess this goes to show that there are privileges given when it comes to being an early bird.
Of course, a new map alone is not going to do much when it comes to keeping gamers glued to the screen with the same title. There will also be other goodies in tow as well, where among them include the likes of the Wingman Elite Pistol as well as half a dozen all-new Titan Kits. The Respawn team has a strong belief that in order to maintain a healthy community, there should not be a separation of players behind paywalls or additional payments, which is the main reason that such new content will be made available for free for all Titanfall 2 gamers.
There will be an accompanying in-game store with Angel City’s Most Wanted, where you are able to make purchases of cosmetic items that will have no bearing on the gameplay. In other words, you can fool around with a greater degree of in-game visual customization through the purchase of skins, camouflage and Prime Titans, all at a “modest price” -- at least, prices deemed so by the developer. Respawn shared, “We will have no in-game currency exchange. No locked loot boxes, crafting shards or pay-to-win weaponry. No RNG. If you see something you like, you buy it and that’s it.” What do you think?