Respawn confirmed yesterday that Titanfall would include a season pass, and today they revealed how much that extra will cost: $ 25.
A FAQ on the official Titanfall website says that Xbox Live Gold members on Xbox One and Xbox 360 will be able to get all three packs through the Season Pass as they’re released, saving $ 5 (which implies that the packs will cost $ 10 individually).
PC owners can get a slightly bigger discount by purchasing the Digital Deluxe edition of Titanfall for $ 80, which includes both the game and Season Pass (ostensibly netting you the Season Pass for $ 20). For players who’ve already pre-ordered the game and want to take advantage of the deal, the blog says you can contact EA directly to adjust your order. Otherwise, the standalone Season Pass is the same $ 25 as on console.
What are we going to get in the new content? Respawn confirms that there’ll be maps, but they’re cagey on other details. “All other content is still to be determined and will be announced as we get closer to the release.”
And does the Season Pass content carry over if you own the game on both Xbox One and Xbox 360? “The Titanfall Season Pass will only provide you access for content for the platform you purchase it for. If you purchase the Season Pass for Xbox One, it will allow you access to the 3 individual content packs for Xbox One only.”
Titanfall is set to launch on March 11 for Xbox One and PC and on March 25 for Xbox 360. But are you going to take advantage of this early deal, or are you holding out for the reviews? Let us know in the comments below.
Justin Haywald is a senior editor at GameSpot, and you can follow him on Twitter @JustinHaywald
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