April 29, 2014 by Samantha Lienhard - 1 Comment
We’re getting closer and closer to the release of Watch Dogs on the Xbox One and PS4, and if you haven’t preordered it yet, you might consider the newly-announced Gold Edition. The Gold Edition is a step up from the Digital Deluxe Edition, as it contains all the content of the Digital Deluxe Edition as well as the Season Pass, which was just announced today.
Alone, the Season Pass costs $19.99. It includes a single-player story with a new protagonist, T-Bone, a new cyborg-themed digital trip called “Conspiracy!”, a 1920s mobster outfit and gun for Aiden, and additional missions, outfits, and weapons. The Season Pass will cost 25% less than buying everything individually, and it’ll give you the DLC content a week before anyone else can buy it.
We aren’t certain yet what the price of the Gold Edition will be, but $79.99 seems like a good guess, based on the price of the Digital Deluxe Edition.
Finally, if you plan to buy Watch Dogs digitally for the PS4, you can preorder it now and pre-load it after the 1.7 update.
You can now Pre Order @WatchDogsGame from the PSN (PS4) Store. You will be able to pre load the game once the 1.70 firmware update is live !
— PlayStation (@PSN_Updates) April 29, 2014
Are you planning to buy Watch Dogs? If so, what version are you most interested in?Tags: ps4, season pass, special edition, trailer, watch dogs, xbox one
March 5, 2014 by Cheats.co Staff - Leave a comment
There was some confusion recently over whether or not Titanfall would have a season pass for its DLC, but now we’ve got the official answer for you: yes, it will.
Respawn’s Vince Zampella said Titanfall will have both free updates and paid DLC. The season pass is there so players can get a deal on future DLC content, as it will cost $24.99 and grant players access to three DLC packs, each of which will cost around $10 if bought individually.
If you are going to play Titanfall on the PC, you can pick up the Digital Deluxe version of the game from Origin for $79.99. It includes the season pass. All other gamers will have to wait until Titanfall launches to buy their season pass.
The DLC will not be cross-platform. For example, if you buy a DLC pack on the Xbox One, you won’t be able to access it on the Xbox 360, and vice versa.
Zampella could not confirm whether or not the Xbox 360 will receive all the same upgrades, patches, etc. as the PC and Xbox One versions, although he thinks it will.
As we mentioned when the question first came up, players are divided on whether or not season passes are a good thing. How do you feel? Weigh in on the debate in the comments below—but try not to argue too much.Tags: dlc, season pass, titanfall
March 2, 2014 by Cheats.co Staff - Leave a comment
There was some confusion earlier today over whether or not Titanfall would have a Season Pass. Season Passes have become quite popular among games with planned DLC—players can purchase the Season Pass at the start and have access to DLC that releases later, rather than paying for each individual DLC pack when it becomes available.
Sorry for any confusion. There is no ONLINE pass for Titanfall. We have no details to announce around a Season Pass at this time. #Titanfall
— Titanfall (@Titanfallgame) February 28, 2014
When asked, the official Titanfall Twitter account said there would be no Season Pass for Titanfall. However, since then, it has posted that the answer was given in error. The correct answer is that there will not be an Online Pass. As for a Season Pass, Respawn has “no details to announce” just yet.
We’re glad to hear there won’t be an Online Pass, just like there won’t be any microtransactions. It sounds like the possibility of a Season Pass is still up in the air, however.
Season Passes are controversial among fans. Some like them, because you pay less money than if you buy all of the DLCs individually. Others dislike them, because you’re paying for something that doesn’t exist yet. Let us know your opinion, and what your hopes are for Titanfall’s potential DLC.Tags: dlc, microstransactions, season pass, titanfall, xbox one