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  • Summary: Titanfall: Expedition introduces three new maps to the Frontier – Runoff, Swampland and War Games.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 6 out of 10
  2. Negative: 0 out of 10
  1. 81
    With three very different maps Respawn has shown that they take pride in their level design.
  2. May 26, 2014
    With 3 maps at 10 euros Titanfall: Expedition is a standard DLC. The new arenas grant a great design for both titans and pilots. Respawn is doing a good job with this interesting multiplayer only first-person shooter.
  3. May 16, 2014
    Expedition will satisfy those who've spent the past two months regenning, arc mining and "standing by", and is further proof (if any were needed) that Respawn is rather good at this whole first-person shooter thing.
  4. Jun 21, 2014
    Some may complain about only receiving three maps in the Expedition pack, but it's hard to argue against the quality of the content. [Issue#112, p.94]
  5. May 16, 2014
    Titanfall: Expedition offers three new maps with great design, delving into titan and parkour mechanics. Swamplands is the better scenario for its architecture and visuals. But this first DLC comes with a lack of content. Without new weapons or different modes.
  6. May 26, 2014
    A map pack, plain and simple. No extra weapons, no game modes, no goodies of any kind. It has some interesting contributions with two great maps out of three, but its lack of content is exposed.
  7. May 26, 2014
    Even with a cheaper price point, it’s hard to recommend this pack.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 13 out of 23
  2. Negative: 5 out of 23
  1. May 22, 2014
    Great start for the DLC.. 2 of these new maps are HUGE! People wanted some bigger maps.. and they got them. Not sure why someone would pay $10 for one DLC.. Just buy the Season Pass for $25 and you will get all 3 DLC packs. Respawn has been good with doing updates.. adding features.. fixing bugs.. love it. Expand
  2. May 19, 2014
    I have never bought a DLC addition for any game on any system before this game. I actually enjoyed playing the retail version of the game and thought respawn produced a well rounded game. The three levels of the DLC are extremely varied and are a true delight to play. I have been playing attrition on expedition DLC levels since release and I have zero complaints about buying it. Expand
  3. May 16, 2014
    Titan fall expedition is out and the thing on everyone's minds is, does it holdup to everything else in the game, somewhat yes, it does. to begin with the maps are damn good. i wont go in to detail about them because its just as good as all the stock maps. But, that's it for anyone who thinks any new game modes or weapons will be available you couldn't be anymore wrong. That's really the only downside of this dlc. is the money worth it? depends, in my playing with it i had and enjoyable time and all tough i don't like the price tag i still had fun with it. But if you're not interested in the maps and was looking for some new modes and guns this dlc will not be worth it. Expand
  4. Jun 21, 2014
    Woah woah woah. What's with all the people bashing this DLC for price? First off, the content costs more to create on current gen consoles, point blank. Considering the cost, where were these arguments when Halo released map packs HALF this size for the SAME PRICE!? I will admit one of the maps seems pretty stale (nothing but a wide open sniper pit), but the forest and War Games maps are both fresh spins on Titanfall arenas. 2 out of 3 isn't bad, and so far they have done an excellent job updating their game and making sure patches go in promptly. I swear these buyers remorse statements are simply due to a great game that made people want more, of course instant gratification rears his ugly head quite often in this scenario. I am fine with paying 25$ US for NINE (over the span of 3 DLC releases) maps, its double the size of the original game for nearly a third of the price. What's not fair about that again? 7/10, lost points on that bland map, the other two are worth the dough for die-hard fans, with War Games being the obvious gem (being virtually loaded into a half rendered map? Awesome.). Also, shut up haters. Expand
  5. May 19, 2014
    It's an ok map pack, not much to say here other than that, no bad maps, but I feel like they could've had some more in here and added even more content, but whatever it's not a must buy by any means. Expand
  6. Jun 15, 2014
    The 3 maps in Titanfall Expedition are detailed and varied along with the core maps of the game but don't really add or enhance what is already a game lacking in depth or longevity. Season pass owners will have these downloaded for nothing but anyone interested buying the DLC as a individual purchase should carefully consider their long term dedication to the game and whether they are happy with the maps already on the rotation.

    Swampland is a big and challenging map set in a forest. The layout is fairly open and there are plenty of elevated points. Not too many buildings to bounce off of and scale so most of the action is on the ground. War Games is the next map which takes place in the tutorial area of the game which has been modified into a multiplayer map. It's smaller and looks absolutely fantastic and plays very well. Runoff is the final map in the pack which is similar to Demeter and is fairly narrow with a massive drained river running down the middle. The flanks are tight and it's quite tricky to maneuver a titan around most of the time but it's quite a competitive and challenging map with the combat being regular and varied in terms of being elevated and below ground.

    Overall, Expedition is a pack with three very high quality and varied maps that sadly don't add anything new to the game. It costs £9/$15 which is far too much. £5/$8 would be a more respectably pricepoint as there is nothing else in the content which could add something to a game that desperately needs something to keep gamers engaged in the long run. If you are committed to the game or have money to burn; it's worth picking up; if not, overlook this and enjoy the maps already on the rotation.
  7. May 18, 2014
    I bought an XBO because I was so excited for Titanfall and it only disappointed me. The lack of content was unbelievable. Now they want us to pay for more maps? This should be free. Titanfall is officially the biggest rip off in gaming. Expand

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