‘Titanfall’ DLC Free On Xbox One And Xbox 360: Expedition DLC, Frontier’s Edge DLC, IMC Rising DLC

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The whole content of Titanfall by Respawn Entertainment for Xbox One and Xbox 360 video game consoles can be downloaded for free now.

Respawn Entertainment, Electronic Arts and Microsoft have made no official announcement on the unexpected giveaway of DLC for the futuristic first-person shooter yet. Nevertheless, most probably making the DLC free is related to the first anniversary since the launch of Titanfall on March 11, 2014 for Windows PC and Xbox One.

The free DLC packs were announced via a Twitter post by user Wario64, who posted links to the pages of the three downloadable map packs on the Xbox Games Store which show that the price of the DLC is currently $0.00.

The DLC maps – Frontier's Edge, IMC Rising, and Expedition, can be purchased one by one from the Xbox Games Store for free by Xbox One gamers. Also, users can choose to buy the Titanfall season pass, that is also available for free now.

Gamers who use the previous-gen Xbox 360, can also get the DLC maps for free. Nevertheless, the season pass for the Xbox 360 version of Titanfall keeps being sold for $24.99.

Though, Gamers who play Titanfall for Windows PC are not lucky, because the free DLC does not seem to apply to that platform of the game. Yet, the EA's Origin shows each DLC with their original price of $9.99, and the season pass for the game remains $24.99.

Expedition was launched in May, 2014, and it is the first DLC pack for Titanfall. The pack features three new maps - Runoff, Swampland and Wargames, which are set in new worlds across the Frontier.

Frontier's Edge was released on July 31, 2014. It included three new maps - Dig Site, Export and Haven. The most recent DLC pack for Titanfall came out on Sept. 25, 2014, and it was called IMC Rising. It also features three new maps - Backwater, Sandtrap and Zone 18.

Titanfall was among the first exclusives for the Xbox One, though the CFO of Electronic Arts Blake Jorgensen nearly confirmed that the sequel to the video game will not be exclusive to Microsoft's gaming consoles.

"Last year it was on the Xbox only; in the future, we haven't yet announced, but we'll probably have another Titanfall game. It will probably be a bigger footprint than just a single platform. I think that's a huge positive for us," Jorgensen said at the Technology, Internet & Media Conference.

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