The highly acclaimed mech shooter Titanfall has released today, but some gamers are having trouble signing into Xbox LIVE in order to play it--Microsoft affirms that this isn't a game issue, and that they are on the case.
Respawn Entertainment has announced that their mech-shooter Titanfall is finalized and ready to ship, and celebrates the game's impending launch via a commemorative Twitter post.
The install size for Respawn's high profile Xbox One exclusive has been revealed for the first time, requiring up to 40GB of free console memory.
Titanfall Beta sign-up is now open. Jot your name down for a chance to test out the game later this month.
Alpha footage has been leaked for the high-profile mech-shooter Titanfall, showcasing early footage of gameplay in real time.
EA is considering multi-platform releases for Titanfall sequels, hinting yet again at the possibility of Titanfall 2 being made available for the PlayStation 4.
While the game was accidentally announced earlier this month by a GameInformer cover, Titanfall was billed as the main attraction for Microsoft’s new console. While not much is known about the game’s campaign, its multiplayer sure has a lot of mojo.
After Modern Warfare 3, several Activision developers felt their time had come to move on from the Call of Duty franchise and create their own company backed by Electronic Arts. Today, that company is Respawn Entertainment and their first title Titanfall has been teased on this month’s issue of GameInformer.