“Titanfall” may have just launched on March 11 for the Xbox One and PC, but gamers are already wondering what kind of DLC and bonuses developer Respawn will offer for the first-person shooter in the future.
Before the launch, Los Angeles-based Respawn Entertainment told players it was planning to release three “Titanfall” DLC packs at $10 each. That’s a pretty reasonable price, but Respawn founder Vince Zampella recently announced the game’s coming modes will be separate from the premium DLC packs – and available at no cost.
Zampella also confirmed that even though the “Titanfall” DLC was in the process of development, there was no release date set yet. This also applies to the game modes.
The Respawn founder also said private matches are coming "soon" and that Respawn plans to launch a double XP weekend for “Titanfall” gamers sometime in the future.
On Tuesday evening, “Titanfall” servers crashed for several hours due to a high number of players. Respawn and Microsoft were quick to address the issue, though it appeared a major part of the problem was on Microsoft’s end. Xbox Live Director of Programming Larry Hryb, 51, stepped in via Twitter to assure gamers the conflict was being handled.