Titanfall 2 gets a price drop and an Ultimate Edition with all the DLC so far

Titanfall 2 gets a price drop and an Ultimate Edition with all the DLC so far
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EA and Respawn has released an Ultimate Edition of Titanfall 2, and it’s out now. The sci-fi first-person shooter launched last year to critical acclaim and, rather sadly, poor commercial reception (probably because it was sent to die, launching a week after Battlefield 1). The good news is that this re-release also marks an official price decrease of the game to £34.99, plus all the DLC content released since launch alongside even more additional content.

The Titanfall 2 Ultimate Edition comes with all the DLC released since launch and some cosmetic add ons, such as Scorch and Ion Prime Titan skins, deluxe edition warpaint, camouflage, nose art for six titans and a deluxe edition callsign. It also comes bundled with the Jump Starter Pack, which gives players a head start in the game by unlocking all the Titans and Pilot tacticals from the get go, and offers 10 double XP tokens and 500 credits to spend in game. All of this more than enough get you started on the game, and also up to speed with the game’s online community.

Titanfall 2 is now available on EA Access and Origin Access, the paid subscription service on Xbox One and PC. The game’s arrival on EA Access follows its recent update, which added a fun co-operative horde mode called Frontier Defense, where the player and their team has to defend a harvester against oncoming waves of enemies, as well as more maps. Featuring one of the best single-player first-person campaigns in 2016, Titanfall 2 is an excellent and extremely underappreciated title.

Titanfall 2 is out now on PS4, Xbox One and PC.