First Free DLC For Titanfall 2 Deploys November 30

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Angel City’s Most Wanted is the name of Titanfall 2‘s first DLC, and it’ll be available to download free of charge from November 30.

Those who pre-ordered Respawn’s sci-fi shooter will get first access to the content pack, before it opens up to all users on December 3. Bundling together the Angel City map – a fan-favorite from the original game – along with new Titan Kits and a Wingman Elite Pistol, there’s also mention of Titanfall 2‘s in-game store, which is due to go live on November 30. Should you peruse its wares, you’ll be able to purchase new skins, camo, and Prime Titans “for a modest price.”

Respawn has stressed in the past that those items lining the digital shelves will have no bearing on gameplay, and that the store will “have no in-game currency exchange. No locked loot boxes, crafting shards or pay-to-win weaponry. No RNG. If you see something you like, you buy it and that’s it. These in no way effect stats and are purely cosmetic.”

Here’s an overview of the content included in Angel City’s Most Wanted:

Angel City map: A fan favorite map from Titanfall 1 is reborn for Titanfall 2.
Fans that pre-ordered Titanfall 2 will get access to the Angel City map starting on November 30. All other players will get access to the Angel City map starting on December 3rd.

Titan Kits: Get more customization for your Titan with these all new kits.
Ion: Refraction Lens – Splitter Rifle splits 5 ways
Scorch: Scorched Earth – Flame Core ignites the ground, leaving thermite in its wake
Northstar: Threat Optics – Enemies are highlighted while zooming in
Tone: Burst Loader – Aiming allows the 40mm to store up to 3 shots to burst fire
Legion: Hidden Compartment – Power Shot has two charges
Ronin: Phase Reflex – When doomed, Ronin phases out of danger
Pilot Execution: Inner Pieces – Phase into an unsuspecting victim

And More
Wingman Elite Pistol
Stats screen
FAQ menu
In-game store

Titanfall 2 has been in the ether for around a month now and despite overly positive reviews, Respawn’s sequel has struggled to replicate sales of its predecessor – let alone emulate them. Titanfall 3 is far from a sure thing, then, but that doesn’t detract from Titanfall 2 being one of the very best shooters of 2016.

Source: EA