Titanfall: Frontier's Edge for Xbox One
Xbox One - DLC

Titanfall: Frontier's Edge

Jul 31, 2014
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Content Rating: Mature

Summary

The battle for the Frontier continues with Frontier's Edge - the second DLC map pack for Titanfall.  In desperate need of raw materials to support Titan production at their newly established base of operations, IMC forces begin probing attacks at the edge of the Frontier, striking at smaller, lightly defended settlements. Isolated mining operations are targeted in particular for the resource rich substrate found within their dig sites. Battles at these sites spill over to the nearby port city of Export, where local Militia forces struggle to stave off the IMC. Nearly overrun, the local Militia forces fall back to the resort world of Haven and send out a distress call for help. With the First Militia Fleet still days away, the IMC forces press the attack, continuing their resurgence within the Frontier.

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Critic Reviews

4 Reviews
7.55
Paul TaylorAug 04, 2014
Clearly, something needs to be altered here, as both DLC packs are split this way. It's not that Respawn aren't trying - far from it - so the matchmaking options need a good looking at to prevent further fragmentation. Titanfall still feels fresh and wonderful, and with the recent patch there are a few new modes bundled in, and a way to sell and buy Burn Cards.
Mike HolmesAug 03, 2014
Titanfall is a very good shooter, and nothing has changed in this regard, but we've always thought something was missing, and perhaps that missing factor is the value that free maps would have brought to the table. But, we're not going to cry over spilt milk; it is what it is and there's nothing that can de done about that. At the end of the day the new maps in Titanfall are all decent, and if you're still playing the game, you'd do well to pick them up.
Jon DentonAug 01, 2014
This isn't game breaking stuff, but it's typically so rare to see players hiding in the dark in Titanfall that it's hard not to get frustrated. Again, this isn't a hugely detrimental flaw, but it's odd to even see such a gimmick in a Titanfall map.

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