Electronic Arts and developer Respawn have revealed Titanfall: Deluxe Edition, which is available now on PC and coming digitally to Xbox One on November 25th.
Titanfall: Deluxe Edition adds all three DLC packs — Expedition, Frontier's Edge, and IMC Rising — to the standalone game in one digital package. The new version also includes all of the other updates and tweaks to the first-person shooter, such as the four-player cooperative mode Frontier Defense and titan customization.
Pricing for the Deluxe Edition on PC (through Origin) is currently at a reduced price of $59.49, down from its $69.99 price tag. No word yet on Australian pricing for the Xbox One edition, however we can probably expect the $60 mark or thereabouts.
A new video by Respawn has also been revealed, looking back at Titanfall's many updates, which have added a variety of new modes and gameplay changes to the game. They also reveal that Titanfall has been played by more than 7 million people, to date. Titanfall producer Drew McCoy clarified on NeoGAF today that doesn't mean that the game has sold 7 million copies to date across its three platforms, so it's possible that free promotions through EA's Origin factor into the number of people who have played the game.