Titanfall 2 News: Respawn Confirms All DLC Weapons Will Be Free

Titanfall 2 is considered to be one of the biggest video game releases this year and everyone in the gaming community seemed to agree. With the game about to be launched in just a couple of days from now, more Titanfall 2 hype is definitely coming our way.

Titanfall 2 DLC Weapons

In one game stream of Titanfall 2, Respawn developers confirmed that all Titanfall 2 DLC weapons will be free for everyone. This means that gamers will be unlikely to have an advantage over others based on the amount of money they spend.

Not only that, it has also been mentioned that Titanfall 2 developers refused to carry out the decision having DLC Titans free for everyone. Instead, they side-stepped the question and talked about Titan Skins, Primed Titans, and anything else just to avoid answering the inquiry. This could mean that they are not going to be free. Well, we cannot have everything, right?

Titanfall 2 Single-Player Mode

Recently, Respawn released Titanfall 2 single-player mode in-game footages. The new footage clearly emphasized the developers' vision on the single-player campaign for Titanfall 2 which focuses on puzzling, platforming, and robo-buddy moments aside from "the genre-standard shooty bits".

In an article by Christian Daily, Mackey McCandish, game designer, said that players can "get different Titan loadouts and experience the different flavors of Titans in the multiplayer, in the single-player."

Titanfall 2 publisher, Electronic Arts (EA) added that the single-player campaign will reveal more of the Titanfall universe. Devin Bennett, EA representative said, "Titanfall 2's single-player is crafted to dive deeper into the Titanfall universe, exploring the unique bonds between Pilot and Titan, and taking full advantage of the movement and combat, to deliver a feeling of being unstoppable together."

Titanfall 2 is slated to be released on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on Oct. 28.

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