Respawn has announced that the upcoming DLC IMC Rising for Titanfall will arrive tomorrow, September 25. You can view the gameplay trailer above.
Season pass holders will get the DLC for free, while others will have to pay $10. IMC Rising will only be launching tomorrow for the PC and Xbox One versions, with the Xbox 360 due to get the DLC sometime in the future.
IMC Rising is the last of three Titanfall map packs and includes three news maps called Backwater, Zone 18 and Sandtrap.
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Crysis 2 capitalizes on what made the original so popular for the few who could actually play the game when it launched on their NASA super-computers. Pushing current-gen graphical fidelity to its limits and keeping the players entertained with a well put together story. Although some may miss the wide open vistas the original game […]
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From awe-inspiring graphics that blur the lines between real and virtual, to a psychotic new villain named Vaas, Far Cry 3 has all the essential ingredients needed to deliver an experience that might shake the very core of the first-person-shooter world. When you look at typical FPS experiences, they are glorified Michael Bay movies with over-the-top, end-of-the-world […]
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