By: Eddie Makuch [UPDATE 2] Titanfall and Forza 5 matchmaking on Xbox One are now back in working order, according to the Xbox Live Service Status page. However, the page points out that Xbox Live itself is still inaccessible for some users[…] Full article here: http://www.gamespot.com/articles/xbox-live-struggling-and-it-s-not-titanfall-s-fault-update/1100-6418246/ Continue reading Xbox Live struggling and it’s not Titanfall’s fault [UPDATE] – GameSpot
Eddie Makuch Respawn Entertainment’s upcoming online shooter Titanfall will “most likely” not feature cross-platform play, cofounder Vince Zampella has told GameSpot. The decision was borne of a desire to keep the playing fields level, he said. “Most likely not,” Zampella said in response to a question of the possibility of cross-platform play.”I don’t think it’s locked yet, but to me, I’d like to keep it segregated … Continue reading Titanfall “most likely” won’t have cross-platform play
By: Martin Gaston Upcoming multiplayer-focused, mech-based first-person shooterTitanfall won’t be getting any day-one downloadable content, developer Respawn Entertainment has said. GameSpot, producer Drew McCoy said the studio wasn’t looking to “nickel-and-dime” its customers. When asked about Titanfall’s post-release plans, McCoy said, “We’re not talking about our plans specifically, but I can say we’re not going to have day-one DLC, and we’re not gonna have microtransactions … Continue reading Titanfall won’t feature day-one DLC or microtransaction
By: Eddie Makuch The first information about Respawn Entertainment‘s debut effort may have been exposed. Several sources have told Kotaku that the studio’s first game will be a multiplayer-focused, always-online Xbox 720 exclusive. A version may also release for Xbox 360, but iterations for PlayStation and Nintendo consoles are not in the cards, one source said. Call of Duty studio Infinity Ward founders Jason West and Vince Zampella created … Continue reading Respawn’s first game an always-online Xbox 720 exclusive?