It’s the news many pilots on the frontier have been waiting for. Pilots all around have been hounding Respawn on social media for months on end about the much loved, fan favourite co-op mode, Frontier Defence from Titanfall 1. Well, it’s coming next week in their biggest free DLC/Update since the game launched! Continue reading Titanfall 2 – Frontier Defence Incoming
A new mobile game set in the Titanfall universe is on its way to a phone near you, it was announced today. The game is a card-based RTS which allows you to collect Pilots and Titans, and seems to take a lot from Titanfall: Frontier. Continue reading Titanfall: Assault – A New Mobile Game Comes To The Frontier
Whether you recall hearing about it or not, Respawn’s mobile game Titanfall Frontline has been canceled. The game was still in development and some select players were involved in its closed beta testing. However, the studio didn’t feel like it was up to scratch and didn’t identify with the game series as much as they would have liked. Continue reading Respawn cancel Titanfall Frontline
Another Monday, another glance over last week’s UK game chart to see what’s hot, and what’s not. After the Black Friday rush two weeks ago, it looks like FIFA 17 is continuing to take over from Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, but last week only bringing in two new releases. Continue reading UK Game Sales Chart, Dec 3rd
A rather surprising piece of news today is the reveal of Titanfall Online, an online only version of Titanfall set to release next year in South Korea. Similar to the Call of Duty Online title, it will allow players to play the game online and spend money on microtransactions to unlock in-game content. Continue reading Titanfall Online will release in South Korea
Titanfall 2 launched a little over tw weeks ago to an absolute minefield of positive reviews from various critics representing all the big names in the video game industry. The problem is that it launched right slap bang between two of the biggest titles in the business, Battlefield and Call of Duty. Fortunately for us, the original game has been one of our most played of this generation of console, so that was enough for me to at least to skip one of those games and pick this up instead. The question remains however, have I made the right decision?
2014 saw the release of the most refreshing FPS in a long time. It was exactly what was needed in a genre turning stale with each new release of Call of Duty and Battlefield. Call of Duty and Battlefield certainly looked better with each new release but the mechanics remained the same every year and it was tiresome. Continue reading Titanfall 2 Is The Underdog of 2016
Earlier today everybody here at 4-One, and pretty much everybody in the gaming community collectively face palmed at the idiocy shown by a number of disgruntled Titanfall “fans” when they were treated to an image of a “sexy” PlayStation 4 disc. Respawn have responded. Continue reading Respawn Respond To Those Tweets
It’s a very busy time of the year for video games. Battlefield One, and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Arguably EA’s and Activision’s biggest franchises, are on the horizon. But wait! What’s this? Is this another game which I see before me? Come, let me see thee. Continue reading Wherefore Arth Thou Titanfall 2?
October 28th really isn’t that far away and Respawn have given us a look at all six new Titans to star in Titanfall 2. Let’s meet the Titans… Continue reading Meet The Titans of Titanfall 2