During EA's Play event in London last night, Respawn Entertainment's head of development, David Wightman, said they'll be talking more about post-launch content closer to the game's release date but did confirm that all of the modes and maps released would be free of charge. Wightman added that the DLC wouldn't be pay-to-upgrade, either, and said he hated the idea of people spending $60 on a game just to spend more money on smaller DLC packs.
Wightman didn't say what the DLC packs would consist of, but said the studio was dedicating to supporting the game and its community post-launch. One of the biggest criticisms Respawn received from players was that support for the game seemed to fall off just a few months after the game was released.
"We're doing this for the community," Wightman said. "Not for the dollars."
Titanfall 2 will be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC on Oct. 28, 2016.