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Titanfall preview: Is this the final nail in the coffin for the single-player FPS?

18
Feb
2014

Having spent more hours than I’d like to admit with the Titanfall beta this weekend, I can honestly say that I’m no longer concerned about whether or not a single-player campaign is featured in my first-person shooters. The developers at Respawn Entertainment decided early on that Titanfall would be a multiplayer-only experience, and in doing so have effectively embarrassed all the other game makers that have their fingers in too many pies. Titanfall is unlike any other FPS on the market. It’s fast-paced, it’s ambitious and it allows a freedom of movement that no other console shooter has attempted in recent memory. As has been said countless times before, Titanfall really does feel like the beginning of the next generation

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