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EA and Respawn announce Titanfall Deluxe Edition

by Mark Tyson on 20 November 2014, 11:05

Tags: Electronic Arts (NASDAQ:EA), PC

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Electronic Arts and Respawn Entertainment have revealed Titanfall: Deluxe Edition, a new bundle which offers the latest version of the game plus all three existing DLC packs; Expedition, Frontier's Edge and IMC Rising, reports Gamespot.

All together, the DLCs add nine new multiplayer maps to the base offering. The game was initially released exclusively on the Xbox One, but a PC version was released a couple of months ago by the publisher. EA also announced today that the title has been named as the best-selling new IP for Xbox One. It also mentioned that Respawn is now developing a sequel which may be available on multiple platforms at launch time.

The bundle has gone live, it is immediately available for purchase, as you can see above. Likely in anticipation prior to the release of the better value-for-money Deluxe Edition, the cost of the original game and its season pass were slashed late last month on the Xbox One, cutting the price from $49.99 to $24.99 for the game and $24.99 to $8.25 for the season pass.

The new digital offering is now available on PC via Origin for $39.99 (£33.99), and will be coming to Xbox One through Xbox Live on 25 November for $49.99. The new release will probably appeal to a new wave of players to the game, especially over the festive season. A physical release version of the Titanfall Deluxe Edition was not mentioned by EA.

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I'm still not buying it. I don't buy games that are multiplayer only.
I'm still not buying it. I don't buy games that are multiplayer only.

Not to mention that the game's just about dead anyway
got it for $10 off US amazon and I must say it's fun. being a bf4 guy didn't think this game would give me as much fun. as for “dead” - there's plenty people playing, maybe it's not tens of thousands but the servers are always there for me
I think I'll skip this title, this just feels like a last ditched attempt to revive a failing concept.
Futuristic COD ?