If you’re one of those clever people who pre-ordered Titanfall 2 prior to its release, then you’ll be glad you did as now you can visit Angel City…and there’s a ton of new content added to let you celebrate.
At its core, Angel City is a fully remastered version of the original Titanfall map and from today becomes available to those who pre-ordered the game. It’ll give you the chance to check out every nook and cranny from the original, whilst being sorted specifically for Titanfall 2. If you didn’t bother pre-ordering, and still want to get to visit Angel City, then you’ll need to wait a little longer – until the 3rd Dec in fact. With all maps, weapons and modes arriving for free, it’s a great time to be a Titanfall 2 player.
But a new arena to check out isn’t the only TF2 news as there will soon be a free multiplayer trial arriving. Running from the 2nd-4th Dec 2016, all maps, modes and everything else you could ever want will be available for nothing.
So that’s the free stuff out of the way. What else is in place? Well, if you’ve got a little cash left to spend, then you could do worse than check out some of the new content packs which have arrived today. There are new chassis’ for your Titan, Art packs for customisation opportunities, new Callsigns and Camo packs to grab. They are all very well priced too, so should you wish to get even more involved in Titanfall 2, showing off your love for the game in the process, then you should be heading to the Xbox Games Store and picking up the following…
- Scorch Prime – £3.99
- Ion Prime – £3.99
- Scorch Art Pack 1 – £3.99
- Legion Art Pack 1 – £3.99
- Tone Art Pack 1 – £3.99
- Ion Art Pack 1 – £3.99
- Ronin Art Pack 1 – £3.99
- Northstar Art Pack 1 – £3.99
- Angel City Camo Pack – £2.39
- Angel City Callsign Pack – £1.59
Angel City Description:
When the IMC instituted martial law in Angel City, massive walls were built and a system of security checkpoints was created to divide the city into many smaller districts. The unfortunate residents of the Harbor District, now unable to move freely throughout the city, are only able to view the glittering skyline from afar. Pilots fighting in the city gravitate to the highly accessible rooftops, using them to cross entire city districts without ever touching the ground.
If you haven’t yet picked up Titanfall 2 on Xbox One then you don’t know what you’re missing. Check out our full review and then get it purchased!