Imagine: It's the future. You're caught in the middle of an epic firefight. In the thick of the action you look upwards. Out of the sky drops an enormous 24-foot-tall weaponized behemoth. And it's waiting for a pilot: you.
This is Titanfall, an intense, competitive multiplayer shooter coming this March. The team responsible honed its skills crafting the Call of Duty franchise, so yes, it's in very good hands.
It is no longer soldier vs. soldier in this first-person shooter. Titans are hugely powered and heavily armored, but teamwork and well-choreographed strategy from the Pilots can bring one down.
Pilot or Titan ... how will you dominate in Titanfall?
Pilots vs. Titans: Do you take to the warzone on foot or do you leap into the 24-foot tall metallic monstrosity? Pilots can maneuver through the fight with acrobatic grace, but the Titans are absolutely brutal in strength and firepower.
Multiplayer-exclusive action: Titanfall is being developed from the ground up as an online multiplayer experience—but with all the characters, story and memorable moments of single player infused.
Produced by the Co-creators of Call of Duty: Respawn Entertainment consists of key members of the team that lived and breathed multiplayer first-person shooters for years. Titanfall accumulates that knowledge and experience and builds a brand-new take in a whole new universe.
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by John on November 14th 2014
Titanfall is a bit of a disappointment because it is an online only game and it does mean that those with slow internet can't have that much fun with it. For those who do have fast internet then it's ok but not really the best out there.Recommended Buyers: People who have fast internet.
by Thuan on September 27th 2014
A little disappointed based on the hype surrounding the game prior to it's release. The idea was interesting but not really enough to make it stand out from the other shooter game on the market. The plot had not enough put into it and the gaming mechanics needed a little more to make a player such as myself to commit several hundreds of hours to it.
by Paul on April 22nd 2014
my son purchased titanfall as he has allways enjoyed the old mech suit games,was disappointed when it arrived to find it is only playable online and as we do not have a fast internet connection my boys have never had subscriptions to xbox live ,maybe all games that are only playable online should have a clear description of this ,cheers
by Joseph on March 19th 2014
Not a bad game not amazing but enjoyable. I honestly feel it would have been far better if it had a single player with a good story as this type of game could have easily handled that. Forced online multi player only does isolate the majority of gamers which is a loss of money to the developers. Not everyone likes online or multiplayer honestly the majority of gamers don't. This version more so as you need to pay for gold membership or the game is useless in your system. Get the pc version if your system can handle it as on pc the game is free to play the way it should be when you pay full retail. This is not really any worse graphics etc then its xone version proving this so called next gen isn't that wonderful yet.
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