Titanfall 2 – New free DLC releases on April 25th, adds new maps, execution, faction and more

Electronic Arts and Respawn have revealed the latest free DLC pack for Titanfall 2: A Glitch in the Frontier. This new free DLC features the new map “Glitch” as well as the new Live Fire map “Deck”. In addition, this patch introduces a new faction, a new execution, and increases Max Gen for Pilots.

Here are they key features of this upcoming free DLC:

Glitch Map

  • A medium-sized map designed for objective modes and inspired by Captain Lastimosa’s home planet of Harmony. Vertical drops and long, twisting paths dominate the environment, perfect for chaining together long wall runs to seamlessly glide across the map

Deck Live Fire Map

  • Tight interior spaces, exposed courtyards, and watchful drones circling overhead. You may see a M.R.V.N. or two puttering around in the background…
  • M.R.V.N. Faction
  • Marked for Death game mode. We’ll be introducing this as a featured mode around the launch of Glitch in the Frontier update.
  • Update to the Main Menu
    • We spruced things up a bit with a new look and tiles for news and other cool stuff we want you to check out.
  • Max Gen increase for Pilots
    • You will now be able to Gen to 100.
    • New Gen icons for your callsign. You will receive a new one for each 10 gens you achieve.
  • Ability to choose between Prime and regular executions for Titans
  • New execution: Get to the Point [Pulse Blade]
  • Live Fire mode added to Private Match options

Enjoy the following trailer dedicated to this DLC pack!

Titanfall 2 - A Glitch in the Frontier Gameplay Trailer

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