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Respawn teams with Lucasfilm and EA to make new Star Wars game

Respawn teams with Lucasfilm and EA to make new Star Wars game

Respawn Entertainment’s Stig Asmussen has announced a new company partnership with Lucasfilm and Electronic Arts to create a new Star Wars video game. “For me, just typing these words is surreal,” says Asmussen, adding, “The entire company erupted in cheers when it was announced that this would be our next endeavor.” The video game will be of the third-person action/adventure variety set in the Star Wars universe.

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Titanfall sequel tipped by new McFarlane Toys figures

Titanfall sequel tipped by new McFarlane Toys figures

It's been some time since Xbox One-exclusive Titanfall took the FPS-genre by storm, with its multiplayer-only, mech-based combat. Developed by Respawn, itself made up of Call of Duty vets, the game ran its course in terms of DLC releases over the first year, and now things have gone quiet for the series. Fans have been eagerly awaiting news of a follow-up, and the first hints of a "Titanfall 2" may have just been leaked by figurine maker McFarlane Toys.

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Titanfall mobile games coming from Respawn, wont affect PC release

Titanfall mobile games coming from Respawn, wont affect PC release

The folks at Respawn Entertainment are aiming to jump in on the mobile gaming universe with a series of Titanfall games in the near future. The folks at Respawn Entertainment developed the original Titanfall for Xbox One and PC while Particle City is a mobile game developer created by Larry Pacey of JOINGO and Vince Zampella of Respawn Entertainment. They'll be teaming up with NEXON Co., Ltd., "a worldwide leader in free-to-play online and mobile games" for this Titanfall universe set of titles.

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Tifanfall 2 launch confirmed for PS4, PC, Xbox One

Tifanfall 2 launch confirmed for PS4, PC, Xbox One

The second Titanfall has been confirmed by Respawn Entertainment, the company that made the first game just one year ago. This week is the birthday week for the first-person-shooter / mech fighter game, and Microsoft / Respawn are celebrating with some free DLC (downloadable content packs). In addition, Respawn Entertainment CEO Vince Zampella has confirmed that Titanfall 2 is in development for three platforms, including PC (Windows), Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. At this time it would appear that Xbox 360 will no longer be a part of the equation.

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Happy Birthday Titanfall: all DLC are now free

Happy Birthday Titanfall: all DLC are now free

This been one year since the first release of Titanfall, the teams at Respawn and Microsoft have decided to push all DLC to the free zone. This means all three content packs that've been released in the time between the first push of Titanfall and now, with a whole lot of extra map action inside. This includes Titanfall Expedition, Titanfall Frontier's Edge, and Titanfall IMC Rising, each of them with their own set of maps to make your battle area much more massive.

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Microsoft’s Titanfall exclusive was a single-game deal

Microsoft’s Titanfall exclusive was a single-game deal

Titanfall's sequel looks unlikely to be a Microsoft exclusive, with Respawn Entertainment chief Vince Zampella confirming that the studio's deal over the AAA title was for the first installment alone. Details on "Titanfall 2" are, unsurprisingly, scant at this stage, but according to Zampella the collaboration with Microsoft - which proved so valuable in leveraging the server-side processing of the Xbox One Live Cloud, among other things - doesn't mean the new game will be Xbox One and PC-only. Meanwhile, he poured cold water on rumors that the next Titanfall might be free-to-play.

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Titanfall re-released as “Deluxe Edition”

Titanfall re-released as “Deluxe Edition”

This week you'll find the re-release of Titanfall as Titanfall Deluxe Edition for PC and eventually Xbox One. This version of the game will cost LESS than the original release of the game and will include all DLC released since the game was originally launched. This should serve to summon a new wave of players to the game to keep the game going strong online. Titanfall is an entirely online-based game, running on Microsoft's Azure servers across the planet - without players, there is no Titanfall.

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Call of Duty didn’t kill Titanfall: it was already dead

Call of Duty didn’t kill Titanfall: it was already dead

It's an absolute tragedy, the number of players that are playing Titanfall right this minute. It should be a good indicator that the game is in dire need of players that the game has been reduced to $19.99 for both PC and Xbox One - a good deal, by any measure. Unless you consider the possibility that you might not have enough players online to play the game. Is this Call of Duty's fault? Not by a long shot. Attempting to find a game that wasn't Attrition for the past several months (on PC, anyway) has been a mess.

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Titanfall DLC 3 “IMC Rising” released to public

Titanfall DLC 3 “IMC Rising” released to public

The final installment in the Titanfall release saga is now ready for action. This DLC is the final of three downloadable content packs for the groundbreaking game for Xbox One and PC. Now it’s up to Respawn Entertainment to keep the hype pumping while the prep their next release - which we sincerely hope will include a single-player element.

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Temporarily Free games hit PC and Xbox One: Titanfall, Max

Temporarily Free games hit PC and Xbox One: Titanfall, Max

It appears to be the dawn of the "temporarily free" games here this summer from both Microsoft’s Xbox One division and EA Games’ Origin group. What you’ll be seeing from Origin first is Titanfall, while the Xbox One program is in beta testing with Max: The Curse of Brotherhood.

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Titanfall live action trailer extended for Gamescom

Titanfall live action trailer extended for Gamescom

Batter up! Just like Colossus tossing Wolverine at the face of a Sentinel, this week we’re seeing a Titan toss a pilot. What you’re about to see is the extended movie/trailer made for Titanfall called "Free the Frontier". You may have seen the first half of this earlier this year.

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Titanfall gambles with in-game market

Titanfall gambles with in-game market

This isn’t a bad memory of Diablo III. You’re not going to be trading your items for real cash in a market on Titanfall’s newest update (Update 5). Instead it’s a simple system in which you’re able to sell Burn Cards for credits and spend credits on Burn Card Packs and other oddities. It’s actually kind of neat.

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