Titanfall DLC Goes Free to Celebrate Anniversary

Origin Games now lists $0.00 as the price of the Season Pass for the Windows edition of Titanfall, celebrating the first anniversary of the release of the multiplayer mech shooter. This follows a similar 100% price cut on the console editions of the game's DLC reported this morning. The Season Pass includes three DLC packs for a total of nine additional maps. The Titanfall website has a message from Vince Zampella and Respawn Entertainment thanking fans for their support.
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Mar 12, 2015, 08:53
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Re: Titanfall DLC Goes Free to Celebrate Anniversary Mar 12, 2015, 08:53
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It's a fun game that's obviously not for everyone, based on the wide range of opinions since it was released. I never had any trouble finding straight Attrition matches in the past few months, but it's shame the other modes are pretty empty.

I had to uninstall it to free up room last week. I'd reinstall it to try again, but the ~70 GB size with all the DLC is VERY hard to stomach when other FPS games can often be 1/5th the size. I think finding a way to ditch all the bloated audio files would work wonders for the game.
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