Titanfall 2 gets an Ultimate Edition with all Titans, Pilot abilities and more unlocked

Titanfall 2 arrived on EA's subscription services, EA Access and Origin Access just yesterday, but for anyone who prefers to own the game outright instead, EA is now offering a brand new version of it that includes some extras.

Titled Titanfall 2 Ultimate Edition, this new version of the game arrived alongside a new trailer with plenty of pilot and Titan action, seen above.

In most other games, an ultimate edition arrives with all previously released DLC along with the base game. But considering that all of Titanfall 2's DLC has been free of charge, this new edition is a bit different than the usual ultimate editions we have seen.

The new version arrives with the base game as well as all of the content that was available on the Titanfall 2 Digital Deluxe Edition, which includes the following:

  • Scorch and Ion Prime Titan skins
  • Deluxe Edition Warpaint skin for 6 Titans
  • Deluxe Edition Camo that can be applied to all Titans, Pilots, and Weapons.
  • Deluxe Edition Nose Art for 6 Titans
  • Deluxe Edition Callsign

But, that's not all, as the package also includes a 'Jump Starter Pack', aimed at new players who are interested in jumping into the game's multiplayer action decently equipped, without progressing through the unlock trees. What is included in the Jump Starter Pack is the following:

  • All Titans unlocked
  • All Pilot tacticals unlocked
  • 10 Double XP tokens
  • 500 credits to start that you can spend to unlock gear and cosmetics
  • Underground R-201 ELITE Warpaint

Those who are interested in the Titanfall 2 Ultimate Edition, can purchase it for $39.99 on Origin for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Either through the new edition or via EA's subscription services, now may be an excellent time to give the game a shot, as an entirely new four player cooperative game mode was introduced just last month in a free update.

Source: EA

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