Titanfall: Expedition Map Pack Now Available


Get your first look at how Swampland, Runoff, and War Games add even more action and intensity to the Frontier. Now available on Xbox One and PC, The Titanfall: Expedition DLC introduces three new maps. 
Titanfall Expedition is the first of three new content packs with each pack available for $9.99. The Titanfall Season Pass is available for a one-time price of $24.99, the Titanfall Season Pass is available for Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC and delivers all three content packs as soon as they become available.

Titanfall: Expedition Gameplay Trailer

via Titanfall: Expedition Gameplay Trailer – YouTube.

By Ricardo “Rico” Ferreira


Titanfall Beta Sign-up’s Start Tonight at 6pm PST-Updated


Well we have beta info incoming! Vince Zampella announced via twitter that the signup page for the Titanfall beta would be going live tonight around 6pm PST.

He has also gone on to say that it is NOT NA only, so it will be hitting the EU as well as other regions. We will be updating this with the website link when we get it, so set your alarm as I am sure it will go fast!

UPDATE! They are Live! Go Here to signup- http://www.titanfall.com/beta

Also check out the new trailer!

By Dayne “Anjel” Cody

New Details Emerge about Titanfall’s PC Requirements


Today Vince Zampella over twitter released the PC minimum specs for Titanfall. We will update this if he also drops the recommended requirements.

So ladies and gentlemen, there you have it. Is your PC up to snuff for Titanfall? If it isn’t, you have a little bit of time left to get it there before the game drops in March.

By Dayne “Anjel” Cody

Titanfall to get Beta on Xbox One and PC

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To the Surprise of no one, today Via Twitter, Vince Zampella from Respawn Entertainment has said that there will be a beta for Titanfall on the Xbox One and PC, no details were given at this time, but he has said more will be incoming soon.

We will keep an eye on this story and let you guys know when more info has been released.

Titanfall is set to be released on March 11, 2014 on the Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC.

By Dayne “Anjel” Cody

Titanfall Limited Edition Xbox One Wireless Controller

XboxOne_WirelessController_Titanfall_AOC_EN_XC_XX_ANL_RGBOne of the best things about big game releases is the great Limited Edition gear that comes along with them. The Xbox One “Titanfall” Limited Edition Wireless Controller is the perfect way to mark the debut of “Titanfall” on the Xbox One. “In a collaborative effort with the Xbox design team and the Respawn art department, our goal was to create a controller that feels as if it is a piece of military spec hardware transported from the universe of Titanfall and into players hands,” stated Joel Emslie, Lead Artist at Respawn Entertainment. Designed by Respawn Entertainment, the sleek controller was inspired by the C-101 carbine, used by the elite IMC Titan pilots of the Frontier. Crafted in striking detail for maximum authenticity in color and graphics, it looks and feels like an artifact from the world of “Titanfall” and is a must-have for every “Titanfall” fan.

The Xbox One “Titanfall” Limited Edition Wireless Controller will be available worldwide in time for the launch of “Titanfall” on March 11, 2014 in North America and beginning March 13, 2014 in Europe.

Available now to pre-order on the Microsoft Store click here to learn more.

via Fight In Style With The Xbox One Titanfall Limited Edition Wireless Controller.

By Ricardo “Rico” Ferreira

Titanfall Has An Official Release Date And Collectors Edition


Today Respawn Entertainment, the creators behind Titanfall, announced that March 11, 2014 is the day they are releasing Titanfall on North America (March 13 for Europe).  They also took this opportunity to announce the 250$ Collectors Edition, which includes: An exclusive, individually numbered 18” titan statue, handcrafted and assembled with over 300 individual parts and battery-powered LED lighting. Also included is a full-size, hard cover art book featuring over 190 pages of rare concept art, an exclusive schematic poster of the Atlas titan, and a copy of the Titanfall game. The Collectors Edition will be available in very limited quantities for the Xbox 360, Xbox One and the PC.

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Preorders are open now, and for more information you can head over to the Website. 

By Dayne “Anjel” Cody

E3 Day 0 Recap – Sony Drops the Bomb


Wow, would simply be an understatement for the opening day of E3.

Xbox came out swinging by revealing games, games and more games. Not only did Microsoft show a suite of excellent exclusive games, they opened their conference with the first gameplay trailer of Metal Gear Solid V a move that would certainly make any core gamer happy. Little time was spent on anything but games however Microsoft did reveal their exclusive partnership with Twitch for video game streaming. Unfortunately the conference was marred by a couple technical glitches, and a poor sexist joke that probably should of been kept at home with the boys. That being said though there were some great reveals by the Xbox Camp, most notible would have to be Titanfall from Respawn Entertainment. Respawn are the original creators of the Modern Warfare franchise and this game looks awesome. It’s a fast free running shooter with mech combat all rolled into one, and it looked stunning. The Titanfall reveal was definitely the high point of the conference which was a good one regardless of the missteps.

Xbox One Conference Low Points

Next stop EA, sports sports sports naw just kidding they had celebrities too! Seriously though EA had a great conference without any technical glitches. The usual suspects that fill EA’s coffers were all on display, new Madden, NBA and FIFA games were displayed as expected. Surprisingly though Garden Warfare was a new franchise reveal, from a company that isn’t known for doing anything but the usual yearly fare. Garden Warfare is a multiplayer first person shooter based in the Plants vs Zombies world, that looked like a fun new take on the genre. Of course other EA work horses Need for Speed and Battlefield 4 showed great demoes as well. In what seems to be another move to win back the hearts of gamers EA also revealed their biggest surprise a new Mirrors Edge game that fans have been demanding since the originals release.

The clear winner of the press conferences though had to be Sony. Sony’s conference was long and dragged at times but they came with the bombs and shot the opening salvo in this next round of the console war. Sony had 10 stations on stage where games were being demonstrated live during all points of the conference and showed drop in and drop out multiplayer in titles that supported it. Sony definitely delivered when it came to reveals with new exclusives from Square we saw Final Fantasy,  and Kingdom Hearts which are sure to satisfy the hardcore. A new title from Ready at Dawn called The Order 1886 is a Victorian Era multiplayer survival shooter that looks to show a lot of promise. A definite highlight of Sony’s show was the exclusive gameplay reveal of Bungie’s new title Destiny. Destiny looks to blend the world of fast paced multiplayer shooters with those of Loot driven MMO’s to breath some new life into what some may call the tired shooter genre. With that said though the real news of the conference came in the form of several megaton bombs that Sony dropped directly aimed at their competitors. Firstly the news that PlayStation 4 supports used games just like any other system released to date was huge. Microsoft has been severely criticized over their policies and the fact that they are still unclear have gamers in outrage and Sony obviously decided to side with their consumers on this issue. Next was news about DRM and that PlayStation 4 has no authentication that requires you to be connected online, period. Finally the last surprise was that the PlayStation 4 will be available this winter for $399 and with that Sony literally dropped the proverbial mic. I was 4 rows from the front of the venue and with each of these announcements the crowd went wild. There was a definite energy in the air of excitement for the next generation and Sony might have won a huge battle before the systems are even released.

I’ll try to do a roundup each day but things are pretty crazy here, just watch the Facebook page and here for any news. Check out some pics and video from day zero and remember to follow us on twitter @RicF

By Ricardo “Rico” Ferreira