Where most developers have moved to a paid DLC or Season Pass model to ensure their player-base continues to pay well after purchase, Respawn Entertainment have announced that Titanfall 2 will provide free maps, modes and more to players to ensure that the player base does not get separated by content walls.
This should be welcome news to many gamers who have likely, at one point or another, found player counts for their version of the game they purchased shrink as more and more DLC was released, essentially breaking the player-base into smaller communities.
Titanfall 2 will be released tomorrow and it will be interesting to see how it stands up in the very competitive FPS market. With Battlefield 1 only one week from its release and less than two weeks until Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare releases on November 11th, a strong launch will be pivotal for Titanfall 2 to obtain any form of longevity, something that its predecessor lacked.
Everything is not all positive for Titanfall 2 players as the game will include micro-transactions. However, the extent that they will affect the overall gamer experience will remain to be seen. Titanfall 2 will release October 28th, and Common Sense Gaming will have your review shortly thereafter.