Now you just have to pay for the game.
One of the first games to try something different this generation was Titanfall, from the creators of Call of Duty, that released last year on Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC. While everyone expected Titanfall to take off like Halo or Gears of War did, it failed to do so, but it was still a great game that was fun to play.
Now, EA is trying to make it more lucrative for you to get into it- all of Titanfall’s DLC so far (i.e. its season pass) is available for free on Xbox. By which I mean Xbox 360 and Xbox One. All the DLC released for it so far can be had for the price of zero. The DLC alleviates one of the major problems with the game – the dearth of content – to some degree as well, so there is no reason to not jump in.
The best part? You can get the Season Pass even if you do not own the game, meaning if you ever choose to pick it up later (when it can be had for cheap or free), all of this content will be right there, waiitng for you. You literally have nothing to lose.