After much confusion over the past week, Respawn Entertainment has now confirmed and announced Titanfall's "Season Pass" of DLC. Yes, while Titanfall won't have microtransactions of any sort, the multiplayer-only game will indeed feature several "content packs". The Season Pass will include three such content packs and cost a total of $24.99. Note that Respawn specifically said "content" packs and not map packs or DLC in general.
Unfortunately Respawn did not announced the names or content of the three content packs at this time. This is likely because Respawn was forced to rush this early announcement as a result of several misleading stories published recently stating Titanfall would not feature a Season Pass. Odds are the packs will each feature multiple maps, as well as perhaps weapons, weapon mods, and the same variety of content we expect from Call of Duty. Or perhaps Respawn has grown up a bit and we might see something more substantial? We'll see.
Titanfall launches March 11 on PC and Xbox One, followed by March 25 on Xbox 360. PC gamers can purchase the Season Pass right now, or they can upgrade their Titanfall preorder from the standard edition to the "Digital Deluxe Edition" which costs $79.99. Basically, it's another $5 in savings on top of the $5 saved buying the Season Pass instead of each pack individually. Console Titanfall buyers can each pick up the Season Pass for $24.99 as their game launches on their respective platform.