Respawn Outlines Next Few Months of Titanfall 2 DLC

Respawn and EA have shared a road map for upcoming Titanfall 2 DLC.

In a post today, Respawn has shared some details about what DLC you can expect to see for Titanfall 2.

The first is previously announced new game mode Live Fire, a 6v6 best-of-five mode where you have one minute to either take down all enemy pilots or hold a neutral flag when time runs out to win the round. The mode – which is set to arrive in February – will be accompanied by two maps, Stacks and Meadow, are “tight, enclosed death boxes” that are only available for Live Fire.

In March, players can expect to see a new/old map – Colony. You may recognize it from the original Titanfall.

“I’m personally thrilled to see this one making a comeback and it’s starting to look great with a new coat of paint,” the post reads. “That’s all I can say for now but expect all this and more down the road. This is just a tease of all the stuff we’re working on.”

Just like all other post-launch content for the game, this DLC content will be free.

Recommended Videos

The Escapist is supported by our audience. When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn a small affiliate commission. Learn more
related content
Read Article Pokemon Sleep Fans Bid Farewell to Fourth Meal Thanks To Latest Update
Image of the Pokemon Sleep General Notices banner, with a textbox that says "No More Bonus Meals"
Read Article Fortnite Players Finally Found a Way to Get One Piece Into the Game
Sanji using Diable Jambe in One Piece.
Read Article Pokemon Fans Want a Dragon-Type Eevee in Legends Z-A But Will They Get It?
Eevee and the Pokemon Legends Z-A logo against a backdrop of Lumiose City
Related Content
Read Article Pokemon Sleep Fans Bid Farewell to Fourth Meal Thanks To Latest Update
Image of the Pokemon Sleep General Notices banner, with a textbox that says "No More Bonus Meals"
Read Article Fortnite Players Finally Found a Way to Get One Piece Into the Game
Sanji using Diable Jambe in One Piece.
Read Article Pokemon Fans Want a Dragon-Type Eevee in Legends Z-A But Will They Get It?
Eevee and the Pokemon Legends Z-A logo against a backdrop of Lumiose City