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Titanfall's first DLC pack Expedition will be launching this week. The Expedition pack introduces three new maps for the mech and parkour shooter.
The software front was truly dominated by Electronic Arts and the Xbox brand throughout March, pretty much the world around (where applicable), including the United Kingdom.
Respawn Entertainment gave a detailed preview of one of Titanfall's upcoming DLC maps. War Games will transport players to a virtual reality simulator based on several maps from the base game.
Titanfall, the multi-platform Microsoft brand exclusive from Respawn Entertainment and EA, managed to top the software charts for March, coming in at the number one spot.
Games Industry managed to get their hands on some of the stats from the UKIE game charts courtesy of Gfk Chart-Track and it bodes well for the Xbox 360.
Respawn Entertainment announced the first DLC for Titanfall today at PAX East. Expedition, slated for a May release, will add new battlegrounds to the multiplayer shooter.
All that worry about Titanfall on the Xbox 360? Well, throw it out the window, light a match and break some wind on it because those worries can be put to rest like fears of your paraplegic spouse cheating on you... while in a coma.
On a long enough timeline, everything you know and love will remade in Minecraft, whether it's World of Warcraft or the USS Voyager. The latest example of this rule is Ironfall, a playable version of Titanfall.
A few screenshots and videos have emerged for the Xbox 360 version of Titanfall. A lot of gamers have been questioning how the past-gen game will compare to its new-gen counterpart.
Bluepoint Games, the developer of the Xbox 360 version of Titanfall, had to make some sacrifices to get the Xbox One/PC shooter to run on a last-gen console. One noticeable difference will be the game's framerate.
Oh man, some of these April Fools' day pranks are less like pranks and more like “Well why the heck can't we have that in the game?” That's exactly what the case is for Respawn's goofy but conceptually awesome trailer featuring fake Optimus Prime DLC for their first-person, mech shooter, Titanfall.
Polaris has decided to mash up multiplayer shooter Titanfall and the anime series Attack on Titan into an impressive video. The game and anime fit together surprisingly well.
Respawn Entertainment announced today that they've begun punishing Titanfall cheaters. However, the punishment isn't what you'd expect.
Respawn Entertainment plans to add new game modes to Titanfall after the multiplayer shooter's launch. Thankfully, they won't charge us extra for them.