Titanfall will receive a season pass content model along with a stream of paid and free DLC, Respawn Entertainment founder Vince Zampella has confirmed.
Speaking with GameSpot, Zampella said, "We plan to do DLC to support the game. We’re going to do paid DLC. We’re also going to do free updates.
"We’re going to add in – there’s things that we want in the game that we didn’t get to ship in the final game, so we’ll add private matches and things like that for free. We’re going to do a season pass just because if you buy it up front, you get a deal. We’re not doing micro-transactions. So, you know, a season pass is just, buy it up front and get a better price.”
The interview also touched on Bluepoint Games' Xbox 360 edition, which has yet to be shown publicly. When asked if he'd like to see the last-gen edition fall in as close to the Xbox One build, Zampella replied, “That’s the goal. I mean the game’s obviously not done yet. [Bluepoint Games is] doing a port of our game. We just started our day on patch, so they now have to take that and integrate it into their game. So, they’re naturally lagging behind us. The goal is to get it as close as possible. Obviously it won’t be exact. It’s on a less powerful system.
In closing, he was asked if post-launch support would be the same for both versions, he countered, ”we’ll have to sit down with EA and talk about that, but my assumption is yes.”
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