A blog post on the official Titanfall 2 website announced its first post-launch DLC will be released to the players on November 30. The addition of a microtransaction store for purely cosmetic purpose is also on its way.
Angel City's Most Wanted, Titanfall 2's first free DLC, will include a remake of the original fan favorite Titanfall "Angel City". It will first be available on November 30 for players that have pre-ordered Titanfall 2. Everybody else will get access to the map on December 3.
The DLC will also include a new elite wingman pistol, a new pilot execution that let you phase into the enemy + new titan kits to customize your titan abilities further. Respawn also announced an in-game shop will be in the DLC for players to buy "new skins, new camo and prime Titans".
Prime titans will essentially be a reskin of their original with the same loadout and abilities but with new assassination animation. Players will have to shell out real money in order to get them. They assured that everything out of the shop will be purely cosmetic and "at a modest price"
The official Titanfall website states: "In addition to the free stuff, we will be opening a store in game with the launch of DLC #1 that will allow you to purchase new skins, camo and Prime Titans if you want for a modest price. We will have no in-game currency exchange".
"No locked loot boxes, crafting shards or pay-to-win weaponry. No RNG. If you see something you like, you buy it and that's it. These in no way effect stats and are purely cosmetic", the post added. They continued: "We will have two Prime Titans available at launch. They have new chassis and assassinations but function the exact same way as their original counterparts."
Semi-regular events like double-XP weekends and game mode twists should give a breath of fresh air to players every now and then.
Respawn said they will also be doing giveaways. Prizes range from official artbook, signed posters and much more. All you have to do is follow them on Twitter. Good luck!
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