Still, after two months the Titanfall disc has barely come out of my Xbox One and we’re now getting new maps in the form of the Expedition DLC. This expansion pack contains three new maps and although it doesn’t sound like much, it adds a new set of challenges and experiences to the game.
Many a time when I have bought a DLC for a game I felt that it was a bit half-assed, especially the map packs for Call of Duty: Black Ops which looked like they were designed by a child, but thankfully Respawn have taken the time to produce some maps that are the same if not better than the original maps.
The three maps include Swampland – a map covered by large trees, plant life and ancient ruins, Runoff – a huge water filtration site with large buildings, pipes and rusty textures, and War Games – a training simulation style map which looks a bit like Tron.
Each map feels as fluid as the 15 already in the game but some do lend themselves to different games modes, such as Swampland which is great for Hardpoint and Pilot Hunter and Run Off that is great in Last Titan Standing, but I’m having the best time on War Games playing Capture the Flag.
If you haven’t already downloaded the DLC I would thoroughly recommended it, I bought the season pass for £19.99, which gives me access to three DLC’s, but if you just want the Expedition DLC it’ll cost you £7.99.