Titanfall 2’s Free DLC “A Glitch In The Frontier” Set To Launch April 25th
(Last Updated On: April 19, 2017)

It has been said by many players that Titanfall 2 has fixed a lot of the problems made in the first Titanfall game, but it seems that a lot of players did not jump on board after the first game’s lacking content, thus sporting a low player base on certain platforms and regions. Although folks who picked the game up currently enjoy it, EA and Respawn Entertainment look to keep players coming back for more, and then some, by releasing free DLC. This new set of content goes by the name of “A Glitch in the Frontier”.

Recently, publisher EA and developer Respawn Entertainment have released a new trailer to get gamers excited over a new piece of free DLC that goes by the name of “A Glitch in the Frontier”.

The free DLC is set to drop on April 25th, 2017, which is literally a week away from now. The content will drop across PC, PS4 and Xbox One and will bring some new things to indulge in. With that said you can check out the newly posted trailer by Titanfall Official.

As seen above in the trailer, we learn that “A Glitch in the Frontier” DLC will bring fans two new maps, a faction, another game mode to play, and “much more”. Although I don’t own the game and don’t plan on playing it, it’s good to see that the devs are at least shipping out free content to players who own the game to keep them coming back for more.

In addition to the above, the level cap has now been increased to 100, which is accompanied by the option to choose between Prime and Regular executions for Titans. A new Pulse Blade execution has been added along with the option to add Live Fire modes to Private Match options.

Lastly, fans who are curious about upcoming plans regarding Titanfall 2 and its DLC plans for the future can check out an image below showing the road ahead.

Titanfall 2 is out now for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, while the DLC entitled “A Glitch in the Frontier” is set to hit said platforms on April 25th.


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  • Although I don’t own the game and don’t plan on playing it

    Dude, why not? I stopped playing shooters for years before Titanfall 2, and I love the shit out of that game.

  • MONAD

    I’m picking up Titanfall 2 next month for Xbox One. Can’t wait. I’m glad to see the devs are sticking to their original plan in making DLC free.

  • Disqusted

    For a moment, I thought the headline said Titanfall 2’s DLC being free was a glitch.