Posted by Abbie Heppe on Oct 22, 2013
We’re really excited to share that Titanfall will be coming out March 11th, 2014 on XboxOne, 360 and PC in North America and March 13th, 2014 in Europe. And of course, if you like reeeeaaaally big Titan statues, you can pre-order our Collector’s Edition (SRP $249.99) which includes the standard edition of the game, an exclusive collectible 18” hand-crafted Titan statue with diorama and battery-powered LED lighting, a full-size art book with more than 190 pages of concept art, and an exclusive full-size schematic poster of the Atlas Titan. To reserve your Collector’s Edition, go to http://store.titanfall.com/.
Posted by Abbie Heppe on Jul 16, 2013
It’s safe to say E3 was just a little bit crazy for us. The response was amazing and thanks to everyone who waited in long lines to see the demo. All told we came away with over 100 nominations and over 60 wins from media outlets at E3 which is really inspiring to everyone here. If you weren’t able to see Titanfall at the show, all the highlights have been compiled in the following video:
Posted by Jon Shiring on Jun 24, 2013
Hi everyone! I’m Jon Shiring, and I’m an engineer working with the Cloud technology that you’ve heard about for Respawn’s game Titanfall. I have seen a lot of confusion online and I think it’s worth explaining more about what we’re doing on Titanfall and also more generally about Cloud computing and dedicated servers.
First, let’s take a step back and dive into the common multiplayer design and talk about why Dedicated Servers are better. Read More…
Posted by Abbie Heppe on Jun 18, 2013
We’re back and…mostly…recovered from E3. If you’re looking for all the Titanfall info that came out of the show, here’s handy list of links courtesy of our forum moderators: Read More…
Posted by Drew McCoy on Jun 10, 2013
We’re incredibly excited to finally be talking about Titanfall. We’ve got lots more information coming out this week and you can learn more plus see videos and screenshots at www.titanfall.com. You can also let us know what you think by tweeting us at @respawn and @titanfallgame. Thanks for being amazing fans and we can’t wait to show you more!
Posted by Vince Zampella on Mar 4, 2013
Jason has left Respawn to take care of some family issues. We have worked together on some amazing accomplishments over the years, starting with an early Segasoft project that never shipped. It is sad to see things come to an end, but there are times when change is best for growth, both personally and professionally. I wish Jason the best and send my best wishes to his family. Respawn continues to amaze me, the team here is resilient and talented. E3 will be therapeutic for us, as we finally get to start showing our work again. I know the team was excited about the response we got from just admitting we were going to attend.