Titanfall was the reason many gamers broke open their piggy banks and bought an Xbox One. But according to Respawn Entertainment's CEO, the sequel won't be a Microsoft exclusive.
The folks at Respawn Entertainment are celebrating Titanfall's one-year anniversary with free content. Right now, gamers can grab the game's entire DLC collection without spending a single dollar.
Despite some massive budgets for a few of these titles, it didn't stop the games from tripping and falling on their face once they hit the market – this is despite the fact that just about every game on this list sold quite well. So here are the major games that failed to properly meet player expectations and disappoint greatly in 2014.
Titanfall's Update #8 will be the biggest one yet, according to Respawn. The studio revealed that the update will contain some major features, including the first-ever co-op mode for the game.
Respawn Entertainment is releasing the third, and potentially final, map pack for Titanfall today. The IMC Rising Pack provides three more battlefields for your mech and infantry fights.
Titanfall will be adding a Black Market in a future update that lets players buy in-game items. It's not as evil as you think.
New screenshots have surfaced for Respawn Entertainment's first-person shooter mech-shooter, Titanfall. The new screenshots feature a look at the new Dig Site map that will accompany the Export and Haven maps.
The Xbox One is still young so its library is only a fraction of the size of Xbox 360's. There are still plenty of great games on the console, though.
As the old saying goes, just because a system is more powerful doesn't mean it's better. In this case, we learn that software really does sell hardware, especially in the case of the Wii U.
Titanfall studio Respawn Entertainment made one of the biggest games on Xbox One so far but they may not stay Xbox exclusive forever. Respawn chief operating officer Dusty Welch says that the company has fond feelings for the PS4.
Japanese gamers are getting Xbox One far later than gamers living in North America and Europe. On the bright side, they'll have a much better collection of games to choose from at launch
The grandiose display of the E3 show floor is anything but underwhelming. Bright lights showcase the leading titles and booming noises attract industry folk and fans from across the halls. It’s the time to get some hands-on time with newly announced games… and yet the title that kept me coming back for more was a title that’s already been released.
Titanfall's PC version is undergoing a major change. Respawn Entertainment has decided to remove the Capture the Flag and Pilot Hunter playlists from the multiplayer shooter.
Part of the NPD results are in and we have an idea of how well some of the platforms performed, as well as how much the gaming industry, Stateside, brought in, along with which software titles topped the charts in April.
Titanfall's first DLC pack Expedition will be launching this week. The Expedition pack introduces three new maps for the mech and parkour shooter.