EA Buys Respawn Entertainment and Confirms New Titanfall

With a move that nobody saw coming, EA announced that they had bought Respawn Entertainment on Nov. 9th for a whopping $455 million. EA paid the studio $151 million up front with the rest of the agreement being that another $164 million would be paid out over a span of four years in “long termContinue reading “EA Buys Respawn Entertainment and Confirms New Titanfall”

Introducing the Titans of Titanfall 2

Everyone who ventured into the Titanfall 2 tech test over the past two weekends got to play with Scorch and Ion. Even the personality of the third Titan in this dysfunctional metallic family, Ronin, has been hinted at. Respawn have now unveiled the full roster with the video above, and they look a nasty lot.Continue reading “Introducing the Titans of Titanfall 2”

Titanfall 2 Tech Test Afterthoughts

I played a lot of the first Titanfall. It was a breath of fresh air in a realm where Call of Duty¬†was king; it was especially sweet knowing that its developer, Respawn Entertainment, was founded in the aftermath of some messy dismissals from Infinity Ward. When it was announced that Respawn were rolling out aContinue reading “Titanfall 2 Tech Test Afterthoughts”