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Titanfall hits 40% off on Origin Store for this weekend, first DLC “Expedition” released

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Today marks the first of three “Drop Pod” DLCs released for Titanfall Season Pass owners. Titanfall Expedition gets you 3 new multiplayer maps for $9.99 if you buy by itself, while the Season Pass gets you this DLC and all others for $24.99. You won’t have to pay either of those prices, though. Two PC gaming retailers have coupon discounts dropping the price of both options by 20% – a solid bargain on recently released content.

A similar 20% discount can be had on next week’s release Wolfenstein: The New Order. At Green Man Gaming, you’ll not drop the price to $48 from $60, but there are also two added incentives. When you pre-order, you’ll receive a free copy of the oldie but goodie Return to Castle Wolfenstein. You’ll also get access to the closed Beta for the new Doom game set to release later this year. If PC isn’t your platform for Wolfenstein: The New Order, there’s no outright discount available, but if you pre-order at Dell, they’ll throw in a $25 eGift card incentive.

Hot deals

Titanfall (PC Download) — $35.99 at Origin. List is $60. First time Titanfall has dropped below the $40 price tag on the PC. Discount is valid through the weekend and ends on Sunday 12 PM Pacific.
 
 

Released today: Titanfall Expedition (PC DLC) — $7.99 at GameFly after coupon. List is $10. The Season Pass is also on sale at GMG for $20. This is a better value if you’re going to get all three of the DLCs.
 
 

Releases May 20: Wolfenstein: The New Order (PC Download) — $48 at Green Man Gaming after coupon. List is $60. As a bonus, you’ll also get a free copy of the Return to Castle Wolfenstein game and the new DOOM Beta Access. Console versions are full price but includes a $25 Dell eGift card.
 

Upcoming releases

Released today: Men of War: Assault Squad 2 Deluxe Edition (PC Download) — $25.60 at Green Man Gaming after coupon. List is $40.
 

Releases May 20: Project Temporality (PC Download) — $8.04 at Green Man Gaming after coupon. List is $15.
 
 

Releases May 23: Killer is Dead – Nightmare Edition (PC Download) — $14.39 at GameFly after coupon. List is $20.
 
 

Releases November 4: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (PC Download) — $47.99 at GameFly after coupon. List is $60.
 
 


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