Titanfall: Expedition DLC drops next month

Runoff! Swamplands! Wargames!

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The first DLC for Titanfall arrives in May and is called Expedition, developer Respawn has announced.

It costs $9.99 (about £6, UK price still to be confirmed) and includes three new maps to stomp around on.

The fresh locales include Runoff, set around a new military base on an uncharted world, Swamplands, which features a recently-uncovered set of ancient ruins, and Wargames, a training ground for fighting Militia.

Expedition is the first of three DLC packs to be included with the game's season pass. Owners of that will get this free, and at a slight discount over buying all the expansions separately.

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