You know what? Free stuff is awesome. And I’m not talking about a free thimbleful of all-new Coke Zero at your local grocery store, here, either. Titanfall 2 is giving away stuff that, in other games, you’d be expecting to pay at least a few dollars for. And what’s weird is Respawn is doing it on purpose, and it keeps on happening
Before I analyze this bizarre business decision, let’s quickly talk about another—Titanfall 2’s release date. It was inexplicably positioned in the tiny gap between Battlefield 1 and COD: Infinite Warfare last year, and sales really suffered for it. But you may have heard that it’s actually really damn good, which means you can now nab it at a bargain price and get your fill of space-age shootery.
But we know what you’re thinking. “If I pick it up now, the servers will be dead and the only players still on them will be on maps that are locked behind DLC payment screens.” Well, that is where you’re dead wrong, dear reader, because Respawn Entertainment is very generous.
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