News of “Titanfall” downloadable content, a new “Civilization” game, and information about upcoming titles such as “The Evil Within,” “World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor” and “Tales from the Borderlands” were announced at Penny Arcade Expo East over the weekend of April 12.Redspawn Entertainment unveiled its new “Titanfall” downloadable content pack. Titled “Titanfall: Expedition,” the pack will allow players to explore new maps such as a swampland and a titan pilot training area with new challenges. The maps and scenarios are set after “Titanfall’s” main campaign. In addition, players will be able to customize their titan mechs with decals.Meanwhile, Telltale Games, developers of “The Walking Dead” and “The Wolf Among Us,” has revealed new information about their upcoming title “Tales from the Borderlands,” an adventure game set in the world of Gearbox’s “Borderlands” series. Throughout the game’s story, players jump between two perspectives: con artist Fiona and Hyperion worker Rhys, occasionally seeing the same event play out from both characters’ perspectives.Keeping with the sci-fi theme, Firaxis announced a new game in their long running “Civilization” line. The full title of the new game is “Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth.” It is a spiritual successor to the classic “Sid Meier’s Alpha Centauri” and is built off the same engine used to create “Civilization V.” It is set in the far future, and will focus on building a space-faring civilization on a new planet.“Beyond Earth” will forgo the series’ tradition of having players choose from a list of historical civilizations to play as, instead allowing players to choose number of factors, such as who backed their expedition, what kind of spaceship they used to reach their home and what they brought with them, to customize their own high-tech civilization. The game’s developers have stated they were heavily inspired by the current FOX series “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey,” hosted by Neil deGrasse Tyson.Returning to the present (and Earth), new details have also been released about “The Evil Within,” Bethesda’s upcoming horror title directed by Shinji Mikami, the creator of Capcom’s “Resident Evil” series.