Studio head Vince Zampella confirmed Titanfall DLC yesterday.
According to the studio, that price represents a discount of $5, or more than 16 percent, over purchasing the three DLC packs separately. The add-ons won't just include maps, but Respawn said in a blog post today that "all other content is still to be determined and will be announced as we get closer to their release."
The season pass will be available for all three versions of Titanfall — Windows PC, Xbox 360 and Xbox One — and buying it on a particular platform will only get you the DLC packs on that platform. "If you purchase the Season Pass for Xbox One, it will allow you access to the three individual content packs for Xbox One only," Respawn explained. Battlefield Premium for Battlefield 4 works the same way.
Pre-order customers for the PC version of Titanfall can save $5 if they're interested in the season pass. Publisher Electronic Arts is now selling a Digital Deluxe Edition of the game on Origin for $79.99 that includes the season pass; that package isn't available on Xbox 360 or Xbox One. The season pass won't be available for purchase until Titanfall's respective release dates on Xbox consoles: March 11 for Xbox One and March 25 for Xbox 360.
For more on Titanfall, check out our Overview video from the beta below.