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  • Summary: Entitled Frontier's Edge, the DLC features three new maps for Titanfall: Dig Site, an isolated mining outpost, Haven, an exclusive beach resort, and Export, a mining hub on the side of a mountain.
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 6
  2. Negative: 0 out of 6
  1. Titanfall's action is increasing with three new multiplayer maps. But, still no new titan, weapon or burn card. Black Market is a big change but not only for the DLC owners, it affects everyone. If you don't want to pay 9.99$ (it's really significant price), you can wait for the price-cut.
  2. The second DLC pack is definitely the strongest, and with the recent updates you should be loading this up if it's fallen off the rotation. Tell your mates, too - you'll need someone to play with.
  3. Aug 4, 2014
    There' a reason the minds at Respawn changed the world once with Call Of Duty's multiplayer. Titfanfall may not have made that same sort of impact, but for those on the inside, those who spend their evenings stomping around in giant robots, there is simply no online shooter that can touch it.
  4. Aug 3, 2014
    Frontier's Edge has three great multiplayer maps with brilliant design, but is another poor DLC in terms of content without new weapons or burn cards.
  5. Aug 6, 2014
    With free updates adding the more interesting stuff, this second map pack doesn't deliver the wow effect we were expecting. Maps are well designed from a strategic standpoint, but they miss personality.
  6. Sep 16, 2014
    This DLC gets a sufficient score only because the three maps are well made, with a significant difference between the gameplay on foot and the one on the Titans, featuring situations that are always different and extremely entertaining. But the contents are rather scarce.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 5 out of 7
  2. Negative: 1 out of 7
  1. Aug 6, 2014
    DIG SITE is the best map i ever played in my life, and the others are still amazing. if you bought the game you must by this dlc because those guys worked really hard to make maps like theses Expand
  2. Aug 3, 2014
    The three maps, Haven, Export, and Digsite, are all extremely well-designed and rank as some of the best maps in Titanfall to date. Haven is my personal favourite, as it offers predominantly short-ranged encounters, and is an awesome map for both CTF and Hardpoint. This map pack is much much better than Expedition, but I'm not giving it a 10/10 for two reasons. 1. On Export there is a flanking route that is too powerful in Last Titan Standing. 2. I was expecting new gamemodes to come packaged with this. Other than that, thank you respawn for these gems! Expand
  3. Aug 22, 2014
    I liked it, clearly the SONY fanboys neg bombing X1 games didn't (hah).

    Titanfall is an underrated game, I still love it to date and it
    oozes with fun. Well worth the season pass for the expansions/dlc. Expand
  4. Aug 6, 2014
    Best than Expedition,this DLC is very welcome to the fans that spent hours with the game,nothing of innovative here,but it does what a DLC should do,add new quality content to the fans while they wanting for the next game and don't get tired of play it,the only thing that i thing they should do is add more maps,include 5 maps,1 or 2 new weapons and a new titan,because this dlc is very short. Expand
  5. Oct 1, 2014
    A good set of maps but nothing more. The DLC of Titanfall has proved to be a bit underwhelming, offering only maps for seasons pass owners while the developers churn out modified content for free. It might be worth $10 if you love Titanfall and still play it consistently, but going in to a meaty gaming season in 2014 that offers potential blockbuster hits like Destiny, Far Cry 3, Assassin's Creed Unity and more might make some think twice about an investment in a game that may be an afterthought in two months. Expand
  6. Sep 12, 2014
    Since its announcement, Titanfall had a real intense hype around, drawn by its rushing-stimulating possibilities, such as the jet pack, Titan dash and wall-running, that lead to exciting and fun first hours but the real issue is: It unexpectedly looses its power and can't entertain for long, while other titles in the industry have that capacity, and, even though they release DLCs, their new content can't keep many gamers interested for more than a hour. Expand

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