Titanfall, Microtransactions Or Not?
After what Electronic Arts did with Dead Space 3–yes, the microtransactions–the following may be really pleasing to hear: Respawn Entertainment has decided that Titanfall won’t follow that practice.
Confirmed over Twitter, Respawn Entertainment said: “No microtransactions.”
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Titanfall is a multiplayer-only game that seems to break from the current trend of microtransactions. Many games, as of late, allow one the ability to spend real money for in-game items. It has allowed publishers to earn extra revenue over and above the game’s purchase price.
As for downloadable content (DLC), nothing has been announced yet. Therefore, there is no news on a season pass as we are left in the dark as to whether or not there will even be any DLC.
“I don’t have any news on a season pass”, added the developer.
However, let’s be real, there will be DLC. There’s always DLC.
Expect the launch of Titanfall in March, on Xbox One, 360 and PC. The game is not going to make its way to Nintendo or PlayStation, however sequels might.