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Titanfall Shown At E3 2013
‘This is our land, and we will fight for it’ – Titanfall, the latest title from Respawn Entertainment, was finally shown at E3 this year. Complete with Mechs, explosions and lots of guns, the game seems to be everything an FPS fan could hope for. This mysterious title has been anticipated for three years, and now we can finally tell you some more about it.
Titanfall is an entirely multiplayer experience. It combines fast-paced multiplayer action with the heroic set piece moments traditionally found in a campaign mode. The game is set in a war-torn future, and players have the freedom to switch between fighting as an elite assault Pilot or the agile, heavily armoured, 24-foot tall Titan. You can make this change on the fly, allowing you to change your strategy whenever you need to best suit the situation.
The game cinematic was followed quickly by a live demo, which begins with you flinging yourself out of a plane. It kind of looks like a futuristic Call of Duty with robots, and straight away you’re thrust into action against Titans (Titans are some of the huge Mechs you will see). You then get the fun task of piloting your very own Titan. You can check out the E3 video below:
Vince Zampella, a Co-Creator of Call of Duty and the Co-Founder of Respawn Entertainment, said the following on the announcement of Titanfall:
It’s an exciting time in the industry and it feels like the perfect time to be unveiling Titanfall. Our passion at Respawn is games and we are focused on bringing something exciting to kick off the next generation of software.
Titanfall’s Game Director, Steve Fujuda, added:
In addition to infusing the multiplayer experience with cinematic flavor, we’ve been rethinking fundamental combat and movement in the genre. Titanfall is unique in the way that it places equal emphasis on two drastically different and new ways to move and fight in a first-person shooter. The intersection of the two is a big part of what gives Titanfall its iconic identity.
Titanfall is set for a Spring 2014 release for Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC, and you can expect more information within the next few days. What do you think of the futuristic FPS game?