During the EA’s pre E3 show test, EA accidentally outed different details about the upcoming Titanfall 2 game as they erroneously posted a portion of its press conference rehearsal which included 6 new titans and the release date for the game. Of course, it has since been deleted.
The Titanfall YouTube channel released a teaser trailer for Titanfall 2 today that divulges very little but briefly shows a Titan holding a sword.
Not only will Titanfall and Dragon Age: Inquisition be free to EA Access subscribers beginning this summer, but EA Access will be free this week only to all Xbox Live Gold members.
A sequel to last year’s Titanfall has been announced, and although it doesn’t yet have a name, it has been confirmed to be multiplatform.
[Insert joke about EA normally being a miserly bunch here] If you’re like me and still give a damn about Titanfall, you can now enjoy all of the game’s DLC, at the simple cost of just waiting for it to download.
You read that right. A digital games sale on Amazon has Titanfall at $10 and many other games at very affordable prices.
The second DLC pack for Titanfall releases today, along with the games title update 5.
The second piece of DLC for Titanfall has finally been announced, bringing some more content to the game, content that every single player of this fast-paced first person shooter will certainly be grateful for.