Entries in 'Titanfall' (84)
Upcoming Xbox and PC shooter Titanfall will employ the Season Pass DLC model.
Another tempting Xbox One offer has appeared on the UK High Street.
Just two weeks ahead of its March 14th release, Respawn is still unable or unwilling to confirm the display resolution for Titanfall on Xbox One.
UPDATE: Online retailer 365games.co.uk is also offering the console bundle for £369.95.
Xbox One will offer integrated Twitch video streaming from next month.
GameStop is offering a significant discount on the new Xbox One Titanfall bundle.
Xbox One has been cut in price to £399.99 in the UK, and will come with a copy of Titanfall.
Microsoft is banking on EA’s Titanfall to help Xbox One fight back against PS4.
The press has reacted really positively to the now-ended Titanfall beta – and that seems to have caused upset.
The much-hyped Titanfall beta will remain open for 24 hours longer than previously planned.
UPDATE: GAME has also informed MCV that customers who pre-order Titanfall from the retailer will no longer receive beta codes.
Titantfall developer Respawn has convinced Microsoft to patch in some changes to the Xbox One’s controller.
Another game has been confirmed as running at sub-1080p on Xbox One.
EA’s decision to delay the Xbox 360 version of Titanfall has got nothing to do with development polish, according to one US analyst.
The Xbox 360 version of Titanfall has suffered a slight delay, publisher EA has announced.
Only those with an EA Origin account will be able to play Titanfall on PC, Respawn Entertainment has confirmed.
Respawn Entertainment has confirmed that it is not handling development duties for the current-gen version of Titanfall.
MCV takes a look at the biggest releases and events that will affect the games industry in the next year.
Microsoft has revealed a Limited Edition Titanfall controller for Xbox One.
Consumers have become so accustomed to movie-style trailers that marketing online-only games is a big ask.
Upcoming Xbox and PC shooter Titanfall is to star in a range of K’Nex construction toy sets.
Licensed headsets due in 2014 as Turtle Beach pens deals with Sony, Microsoft, Respawn and EA.
Back in April, EA was voted the worst company in America for the second year on the trot.
One of the most anticipated next-gen games will never be released on PS4.