This afternoon Titanfall is nabbing an update for both its Xbox One and PC iterations, this update bringing about some major changes for all players. This is not a DLC pack that costs cash - instead it’s one of many free updates that’ll be coming to Titanfall players around the world through the lifespan of the game.
EA has a new program that will make PC gamers tremble in excitement. With Origin Game Time, gamers will be able to try out a complete, full, non-demo PC game for a 48 hours. And to make sure that the new program starts off with a big bang, the first game that it is making available is none other than the popular mech-bearing multiplayer first-person shooter Titanfall.
This afternoon the folks at PlayfightVFX have released the second clip and first E3 2014 teaser trailer for the live action movie series Titanfall. This is the same Titanfall you’ve been playing as a game on Xbox One, Xbox 360, and the PC through Origin, this time made into a live action series of videos. This one minute and 25 second segment shows you what the rest of the series is aimed at looking like - as close to the game as possible.
The folks at Respawn entertainment are being tested by fans of their first massive title Titanfall. As an online-only, multiplayer-only release, this game was going to see some hurdles as it was released in such a unique fashion. One very recent way in which Titanfall has been tested is in the release, retraction, and re-release of the game mode Capture the Flag.
Respawn Entertainment have come forward with a companion app for Titanfall. This app acts as an information guide for those wishing to research weapons, game modes, levels (for the game’s Multiplayer Campaign), as well as expanded universe. You'll also be able to work with in-game guidance with a live map, if you do so desire.
Three new Titanfall maps for a ten-spot - not a half-bad deal, right? That's what you'll get with the very first DLC for the Titanfall franchise - one called "Expedition" - three maps called Swamplands, Runoff, and Wargames. Today we’ve got a bit of a preview for those of you that’ve not yet taken the leap and a bit of judgement for those with a ten dollar bill burning a hole in their pocket as well.
The first DLC for Titanfall has been revealed in full, and today we’re having a peek at gameplay within its three new maps. This game will include a barrage of updates in the coming days and weeks for all players, while this map set will include 3 maps only available to those who purchase the DLC.
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.
If you’ve ever wondered how a video game was put together, the team behind the Titanfall: Expedition expansion pack have given a rare look at what goes into making a level. What starts with basic geometry quickly evolves into a world of shadows, lighting, and haze.
There’s a bit of a problem going on with Xbox Live Compute at the moment, and Titanfall is feeling the pain. Logging on to the service this morning results in your ability to get in several levels down to the point where you’d select the type of game you play. At that point, you’ll just wait, and wait, and wait.