Titanfall Is Expanding

It feels like it has been 20 years since the Titanfall team said that DLC would be coming to the series. I blame the Call of Duty series for conditioning me to feel this way. DLC should not be integral to a good standalone game. The newest Tomb Raider is a perfect example: perfectly crafted narrative that feels resolved when finished. The only reason you would want an expansion for that game is solely to spend more time adventuring through the remarkably vast island of Yamamti. Titanfall is a different breed of game though. The "campaign" is actually just a series of structured online matches with story-driving voice overs between battles. It's actually a pretty refreshing take on the online FPS shooter. The problem is that there are not as many variations in the maps as one might expect from the biggest next-gen franchise on the block. The addition of mech suits to the gameplay is nice, but playing in the same arenas time after time can turn into a bore. Well, as of tomorrow this issue will be slightly resolved:
The Frontier is about to get bigger as today Respawn Entertainment revealed the release date for the first Titanfall DLC pack, Expedition. Coming May 15 to the Xbox One and PC, Titanfall: Expedition introduces three new maps to the Frontier – Runoff, Swampland and War Games, and extends the heart-pounding action and adrenalin-fueled gameplay to new heights. Titanfall: Expedition is the first of three planned DLC packs, each retailing for $14.99. For gamers looking to further extend the fight on the Frontier, the Titanfall Season Pass* will deliver three content packs as soon as they become available. The Titanfall Season Pass is available at a one-time price of $27.99 and can now be purchased for the Xbox One, Xbox 360 and on Origin for PC. Titanfall: Expedition for the Xbox 360 will be available in June.
Emphasis mine. Three new maps is industry standard as map-packs go. In the future id like to see them buck the trends even further and provide bigger updates for the same price. I know the industry as a whole is struggling, but more content for less money is what the user base needs & wants. The Titanfall website has a Q & A that can answer any residual questions you might have.