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  1. In case you haven’t noticed, there’s a new battle royale in town from the makers of Titanfall. Apex Legends is a new free-to-play competitor to Fortnite and PUBG and is available now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC (via Origin). Apex Legends is a spin-off set in the Titanfall universe, taking place 30 years after the events of Titanfall 2. Though it lacks actual Titans, the hero-focused, squad-based game pits teams of 3 against 19 other teams (making 57 players total) in a last-team standing deathmatch. Players choose from one of eight Legends. These characters sport unique abilities, such as a medic and tracker, giving the game more of an Overwatch or Rainbow Six vibe in that assembling a balanced team is key. Other twists include the Jumpmaster system which allows players to manually pinpoint their exact landing zones prior to the start of the match. Respawn Beacons act as one-use locations that revive downed teammates. Additionally, an intelligent gear system automatically attaches accessories to their appropriate weapons, saving the player time in having to manually do so themselves. The implementation of Seasons affirms Respawn’s commitment to making Apex Legends an engaging long-term experience. Season 1 kicks off in March alongside a purchasable battle pass that unlocks cosmetic items traditionally obtained through gameplay. Respawn states that future Seasons will bring new Legends, weapons, cosmetics, and more. Cross-platform play, while currently unavailable, is said to be in the works as well. As for what Apex Legends means for the development of Titanfall 3, the follow-up to the acclaimed 2016 sequel is apparently not in the works. According to a Eurogamer interview with Lead Producer Drew McCoy, Apex Legends has been the project that the studio has been quietly working on and not Titanfall 3 as many had assumed/hoped. It’s worth noting that Respawn is also developing Star War Jedi: Fallen Order, set to release this fall. Have you played Apex Legends? If so, what do you think of it? Let us know in the comments. View full article
  2. In case you haven’t noticed, there’s a new battle royale in town from the makers of Titanfall. Apex Legends is a new free-to-play competitor to Fortnite and PUBG and is available now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC (via Origin). Apex Legends is a spin-off set in the Titanfall universe, taking place 30 years after the events of Titanfall 2. Though it lacks actual Titans, the hero-focused, squad-based game pits teams of 3 against 19 other teams (making 57 players total) in a last-team standing deathmatch. Players choose from one of eight Legends. These characters sport unique abilities, such as a medic and tracker, giving the game more of an Overwatch or Rainbow Six vibe in that assembling a balanced team is key. Other twists include the Jumpmaster system which allows players to manually pinpoint their exact landing zones prior to the start of the match. Respawn Beacons act as one-use locations that revive downed teammates. Additionally, an intelligent gear system automatically attaches accessories to their appropriate weapons, saving the player time in having to manually do so themselves. The implementation of Seasons affirms Respawn’s commitment to making Apex Legends an engaging long-term experience. Season 1 kicks off in March alongside a purchasable battle pass that unlocks cosmetic items traditionally obtained through gameplay. Respawn states that future Seasons will bring new Legends, weapons, cosmetics, and more. Cross-platform play, while currently unavailable, is said to be in the works as well. As for what Apex Legends means for the development of Titanfall 3, the follow-up to the acclaimed 2016 sequel is apparently not in the works. According to a Eurogamer interview with Lead Producer Drew McCoy, Apex Legends has been the project that the studio has been quietly working on and not Titanfall 3 as many had assumed/hoped. It’s worth noting that Respawn is also developing Star War Jedi: Fallen Order, set to release this fall. Have you played Apex Legends? If so, what do you think of it? Let us know in the comments.
  3. EA's E3 2018 press conference briefly featured Vince Zampella, co-founder of Respawn Entertainment, talking about an upcoming Star Wars game to be published by EA. The co-creator of the Call of Duty series and head of the company that created Titanfall seemed to be under some kind of order of silence about the game he said was titled "Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order" (there's probably a colon in there somewhere, but no one seems quite sure where). We only know a scant few things about Jedi Fallen Order. First, we know that players will be able to wield a lightsaber, the weapon of the titular Jedi order. Second, Zampella said he was really looking forward to opening up about the details in about a year, so we will likely see a big information blowout when E3 2019 rolls around. Finally, the expected release date for Jedi Fallen Order is currently during the holiday season of 2019, which might be a bit sooner than some expected. Not much to go on besides a name and some windows of time during which we might learn more, but any details about a Star Wars game by Respawn are certainly worth getting excited over.
  4. EA's E3 2018 press conference briefly featured Vince Zampella, co-founder of Respawn Entertainment, talking about an upcoming Star Wars game to be published by EA. The co-creator of the Call of Duty series and head of the company that created Titanfall seemed to be under some kind of order of silence about the game he said was titled "Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order" (there's probably a colon in there somewhere, but no one seems quite sure where). We only know a scant few things about Jedi Fallen Order. First, we know that players will be able to wield a lightsaber, the weapon of the titular Jedi order. Second, Zampella said he was really looking forward to opening up about the details in about a year, so we will likely see a big information blowout when E3 2019 rolls around. Finally, the expected release date for Jedi Fallen Order is currently during the holiday season of 2019, which might be a bit sooner than some expected. Not much to go on besides a name and some windows of time during which we might learn more, but any details about a Star Wars game by Respawn are certainly worth getting excited over. View full article
  5. Titanfall, which released earlier this week, has proven to be so popular that speculation is already swirling around what type of content the DLC packs will bring to the table. According to Respawn's community manager, at least one might involve pitting players against alien creatures. As part of its season pass, Titanfall will be receiving three DLC packs as well as bundles of free content. Alien animals appear in the current Titanfall maps and there are creatures featured in the collector's edition art book that never made it into the finished game, leading many fans to believe aliens could play a role in the upcoming DLC. When asked about monster-related DLC, Respawn community manager Abbie Heppe stated, "We are going to have maps added, and we’re trying to give players as much of a varied look at things as we can so that is definitely a possibility." Heppe was also asked if new titans were planned for the future, to which she responded, "That’s a real big question. In order to [add a Titan] it takes so much balancing to make all the Titan abilities work with each other, and then against pilots. It’s a huge undertaking. Originally we just had the Atlas titans and then the team refused to add in the rest of the Titans until we were all sure that that one fitted perfectly with everything else in the game, so… I’m not announcing any new Titans right now!” So, a maybe on aliens and a bit less likely on new titans, but I'd still be willing to bet money we'll see some new titans. Which would you rather see: more robots or more aliens? Personally, I'm pro-robot!
  6. Titanfall, which released earlier this week, has proven to be so popular that speculation is already swirling around what type of content the DLC packs will bring to the table. According to Respawn's community manager, at least one might involve pitting players against alien creatures. As part of its season pass, Titanfall will be receiving three DLC packs as well as bundles of free content. Alien animals appear in the current Titanfall maps and there are creatures featured in the collector's edition art book that never made it into the finished game, leading many fans to believe aliens could play a role in the upcoming DLC. When asked about monster-related DLC, Respawn community manager Abbie Heppe stated, "We are going to have maps added, and we’re trying to give players as much of a varied look at things as we can so that is definitely a possibility." Heppe was also asked if new titans were planned for the future, to which she responded, "That’s a real big question. In order to [add a Titan] it takes so much balancing to make all the Titan abilities work with each other, and then against pilots. It’s a huge undertaking. Originally we just had the Atlas titans and then the team refused to add in the rest of the Titans until we were all sure that that one fitted perfectly with everything else in the game, so… I’m not announcing any new Titans right now!” So, a maybe on aliens and a bit less likely on new titans, but I'd still be willing to bet money we'll see some new titans. Which would you rather see: more robots or more aliens? Personally, I'm pro-robot! View full article
  7. Giant mechs fall from the sky today as Titanfall makes its way into the hands of an eager public. Whether or not you are planning on picking up or downloading Respawn's next-gen FPS, be sure to check out this trailer for upcoming stories set in the Titanfall universe. Yesterday, Respawn said it would be teaming up with the special effects team Playfight to do something Titanfall related. Today, YourTitanIsReady.com went live along with the video below. Playfight is the group behind creations like Video Game High School and Operation Kingfish, the Call of Duty short. For an idea of what awaits in Titanfall, be sure to read our impressions from the beta. The Xbox 360 version of Titanfall releases later this month on the 25th. Planning on picking up Titanfall? Excited to see Playfight deliver on the promise in this teaser?
  8. Giant mechs fall from the sky today as Titanfall makes its way into the hands of an eager public. Whether or not you are planning on picking up or downloading Respawn's next-gen FPS, be sure to check out this trailer for upcoming stories set in the Titanfall universe. Yesterday, Respawn said it would be teaming up with the special effects team Playfight to do something Titanfall related. Today, YourTitanIsReady.com went live along with the video below. Playfight is the group behind creations like Video Game High School and Operation Kingfish, the Call of Duty short. For an idea of what awaits in Titanfall, be sure to read our impressions from the beta. The Xbox 360 version of Titanfall releases later this month on the 25th. Planning on picking up Titanfall? Excited to see Playfight deliver on the promise in this teaser? View full article
  9. Have you seen someone advertising beta access to Respawn's next-gen FPS? If so, clutch onto your sensitive information a bit tighter because they were completely not legitimate. A tweet sent out by Respawn last week, which was caught by Gamespot, read, "To keep our fans safe from scammers, please note that all sites advertising beta access are 100 percent scams. #BePCSafe #Titanfall." If you see sites claiming to give early access to the title, steer well clear of them. Titanfall is expected sometime next year on PC, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. View full article
  10. Have you seen someone advertising beta access to Respawn's next-gen FPS? If so, clutch onto your sensitive information a bit tighter because they were completely not legitimate. A tweet sent out by Respawn last week, which was caught by Gamespot, read, "To keep our fans safe from scammers, please note that all sites advertising beta access are 100 percent scams. #BePCSafe #Titanfall." If you see sites claiming to give early access to the title, steer well clear of them. Titanfall is expected sometime next year on PC, Xbox 360, and Xbox One.
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