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Titanfall Expedition DLC live-feed today, release on May 15

Titanfall Expedition DLC live-feed today, release on May 15

It’s nearly time to jump into the jungle. Titanfall’s first big downloadable content pack "Expedition" is nearly out in stores, and today the folks at Respawn Entertainment - the developers of this game - are bringing a live-feed video of the expanded bits and pieces to Twitch. This feed begins at 12PM PST (noon today), and will last for an unknown amount of time - likely over an hour into the afternoon.

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Titanfall Matchmaking System updated: skill-based in Beta mode

Titanfall Matchmaking System updated: skill-based in Beta mode

While you may not find the Titanfall Matchmaking System to be perfect, there’s a new "Improved Matchmaking Beta" system out today for Titanfall players of all types. You’ll find this option directly below the rest of the "Classic" modes of gameplay, connected (for now) to Attrition alone. This system is - make sure you remember this - in BETA mode for now, so don’t expect too much magic right off the bat.

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EA gives away original Dead Space on Origin

EA gives away original Dead Space on Origin

If you are a PC gamer, you may be aware that on occasion EA will give away free games via Origin. Sometimes these are really cool games, and other times they are stuff that we might not buy otherwise. If you are a fan of horror-themed shooters, you will appreciate the latest game freebie that EA is offering.

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Titanfall DLC won’t be free, but new game modes will

Titanfall DLC won’t be free, but new game modes will

In a move that’s all too rare in our modern profit-by-download world of DLC packs for games, Respawn Entertainment has revealed that they’ll be pushing new game modes to Titanfall for free. Sitting aside from the normal DLC packs - which will cost cash - EA Games and Respawn Entertainment will be sending up downloads for a variety of game modes to add to the Classic Modes list already in order. This news comes not long after the first big patch was made to Titanfall this past weekend.

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Battlefield 4 Naval Strike expands largely on Paracel Storm

Battlefield 4 Naval Strike expands largely on Paracel Storm

Players of the war game Battlefield 4 on any of its various platforms will know of the map called Paracel Storm. For those lovers of said map, good news is afoot - lead gameplay designer Gustav Halling has suggested through the BF4 blog that "with this expansion we wanted to give players who love [Paracel Storm] more variations in the naval gameplay." Today the first teaser trailer for Naval Strike has been revealed.

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Titanfall Burn Cards detailed deeper: no trades, no in-game purchases

Titanfall Burn Cards detailed deeper: no trades, no in-game purchases

With just days left before the full official launch of Titanfall, Respawn Entertainment are taking some time to show off more details about in-game play. Today’s bit has to do with Burn Cards, giving users the ability to give themselves a temporary burst of abilities in a round. As the game is all multi-player, each round’s abilities can have a significant impact on the game.

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Titanfall preload live on Origin: all 49.99GB of it

Titanfall preload live on Origin: all 49.99GB of it

It’s time to get pre-loading for Titanfall with Origin. Users will be able to download most of the package required for them to play the game - the rest will come in on the 11th of March, next week. Meanwhile this game has begun arriving at retailers, at least in the UK. In the United Kingdom the shop known as ShopTo has shown their massive stacks of Titanfall units for Xbox One - crates and crates and crates.

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Titanfall release date on Xbox 360 explained: “a better game a few weeks later”

Titanfall release date on Xbox 360 explained: “a better game a few weeks later”

This week as the Titanfall Beta gameplay comes to a close, the one group of users not able to play the game thus far comes to the forefront: Xbox 360 users. These ravenous users of the past generation’s Microsoft-made console have been rumbling about the release date for the Xbox 360 version of Titanfall being later than the Xbox One / PC - that date is March 25th, mind you, while the Xbox One and PC will see the game released on the 11th. Turns out Respawn Entertainment (behind Titanfall for PC and Xbox One) are working closely with Bluepoint Games (developers behind Xbox 360 version) to make certain the game is delivered at top-notch quality.

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