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The game takes place in a futuristic world where seemingly the world has been conquered by an army staffed with fancy sci-fi weapons and massive mechs called Titans. Based on the voiceover in the reveal trailer, players join part of a resistance that’s trying to take back the Earth, one battle at a time.
The combat seemed reminiscent of Call of Duty, with scores popping up on screen around a HUD that felt like Modern Warfare’s as well. But the action was far more acrobatic, thanks to the rocket packs on the backs of most of the fighters. And those appeared very useful in hijacking the many mechs trying to blast you to bits.
The mech-on-mech battles looked impressive, and in fact all the game looked great, if the same color of brown we’re used to seeing in the last decade of war games. Expect more Titanfall details at EA’s press conference later today, but for now just be happy that you know it’s coming out next spring for Xbox systems. But how will that look on the 360 compared to the One?
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