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Mar 22, 2017 02:53 PM EDT

'Titanfall 2' Dev Shares New Details About The FPS Game, Also Pledges Strong Commitment

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Fans of the popular first-person shooter game "Titanfall 2" have some big news this week. Developer Respawn Entertainment has just promised its fans with more upcoming DLC this month. The game studio made the huge announcement this week.

In a recent Respawn blog post, the Beverly Hills, California-based game studio said that their focus, for now, is on the long-term future of the Titanfall franchise, which that's the whole reason why the studio is busy with the game, adding new elements and features to the shooter game. The US-based studio also added that their game developers are focusing now on the game, working on lots of stuff, which may include things like DLC, action blocks, prototypes for future Titanfall projects or any other crazy gaming experiments.

Most importantly, the developer has further pledged its commitment to the game, announcing more free contents in addition to the store items and the much-talked Prime Titans. The developer has new content in store for this month and its plans to provide the full details of the DLC contents this coming March 23, Thursday.

Respawn also promised to make the game more accessible to players, providing them everything they need. As mentioned earlier by PCGamer, Respawn also announced plans to start a Q&A video series, more developers blogs and more improved communication. It also giving Titanfall players a broader view of the game studio's plans for post-launch support for "Titanfall 2" next month.

First released in October 2016, it used a fully upgraded version of the first game's engine. Some of the big improvements made include a new audio system and some improvements in the graphical rendering system. But unlike the first Titanfall game, "Titanfall 2" includes a full single-player story mode with a strong focus on the relationship between the pilots and giant robot Titans.

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