Teen Titans: The Judas Contract is Tier 9 playable content that contains the open world zone Titans Island with daily and weekly missions, the duo Titans Training Sim, the alert Titans Targeted! and the raids Titans: H.I.V.E. Reborn and Titans: The Machine.
- "Hey, it's Cyborg. I've got a big announcement to make and a huge opportunity for you. I've been in touch with a lot of people and they all think you're the hero for the job. Meet me at Titans Tower and I'll fill in the details." — Cyborg
- "Since Superman's family vacation to the Phantom Zone, business has been very good. I thought I'd share the wealth. The Fearsome Five are recruiting. It seems they've got themselves a big hit to perform and need top talent. I've sent Psimon your contact info. Go to Titans Island and he'll be in touch." — Calculator
The Titans are looking for new recruits, so you’ll need to journey to Titans Tower and have your skills put to the test in their training room to see if you’re worthy of making the cut! Though things may turned out more complicated than originally planned when the Tower is put under siege and several of the Titans go missing. It will be up to you to save them, and find out if there is a mole in their ranks.
Welcome to Titans Island! The Teen Titans have rolled out the red carpet for new recruits and tourists, but something is amiss, as several of the robots on Titans Island have been hacked and are wreaking all sorts of havoc! Do what you can to aid the Teen Titans (Heroes) or play along to further infiltrate their ranks (Villains).
Titans Training SimEdit
Do you think you have what it takes to join the Titans? Cyborg is going to put your skills to the test in the Titan’s Training Room. Though there may be a few unexpected surprises in store for you!
Cyborg needs your help investigating what has become of the rest of the Titans, as communications with them have gone dark. Join him in a frenzied search through Titans Tower to locate the rest of the team and find out what is going on!
Titans: H.I.V.E. RebornEdit
Following the trail of the missing Titans has lead you directly to the H.I.V.E. Base! Carefully proceed inside and continue your search for our missing heroes! Though you may be surprised to learn who is standing in your way!
Titans: The MachineEdit
It appears the Titans have been captured by H.I.V.E., and it’s up to you to save them before H.I.V.E. can carry out their twisted and nefarious plans for the team!
The Combat Rating of the enemies is 247 for the episode and 232 for the event.
In order to get the maximum item level of 213 (purple), 211 (blue) or 209 (green) from attuned gear the player character needs to have a minimum Combat Rating of 241 (purple), 240 (blue) or 239 (green).
Low level player characters in the event version will see a maximum item level of 202 until they reach the episode requirement of Combat Rating 230. For the vendor gear, in order to get the maximum item level of 202 the player character needs to have a minimum combat rating of 228. For drops, in order to get the maximum item level of 200 (purple), 199 (blue) or 198 (green) the player character needs to have a minimum combat rating of 226.
Briefings and InvestigationsEdit
- Main article: Judas Contract Feats
- Teen Titans: Judas Contract Update
- October 25, 2018
- New rewards have been added to the Teen Titans episode vendor:
- New feats are now available for acquiring Teen Titans bonus vendor items.
- For players with at least 230 Combat Rating, the daily and weekly missions add up to 45 Marks of Triumph per week (with the same amount of Titans Cred).
- With the release of this episode the attuned gear from The Vault in the Psycho style has been upgraded from item level 10-190 to 10-200.
- This DLC features Robin (Timothy Drake) leaving the Robin mantle to become Red Robin while a new Robin, Damian Wayne, takes his place and Cyborg leaves the Teen Titans to become a full member of the Justice League of America. This echoes events in the original Judas Contract (1984) storyline where Richard Grayson drops the Robin mantle and adopts the identity of Nightwing, while Wally West gives up his Kid Flash persona and quits the Titans due to contracting a mysterious illness.
- The release of this episode coincides with the release of Teen Titans Go! To the Movies as well as the trailer for the Titans TV series.
- Origin Augments are buffed to rank 199 if lower (but not reduced if it is over 199) and are currently maxed out at 217.
- Players are first teleported to Titans Dock and are blocked by invisible walls from going further in. Normally you must finish the Titans Training Sim in order to access the full version of the Titans Island, but after talking to Cyborg at the docks it is possible to use the map to warp straight to Titan Island and bypass that requirement. Sometimes the option to warp to Titans Island would also briefly appear after first warping to the docks, even without talking to him.