Published on December 9th, 2013 | by Craig Homeyard0
Titanfall’s Story Won’t Ruin The Multiplayer Experience
At the VGX 2013 awards, we saw a brand new gameplay trailer for Titanfall, that showed off some more cool robotic combat. However gamers were still voicing their concerns about the games always online functionality, including the campaign of the game, which has to be played as part of a multiplayer match. Vince Zampella, who is the co founder of Respawn entertainment has now spoken out and clarified that this will not ruin the multiplayer experience of the game, and that there will still be the dedicated multiplayer modes such as “team deathmatch”. He stated that the Story mode of Titanfall will not interfere with these types of classic game mode, and wont “ruin” the overall multiplayer experience of the game.
This is what Zampella had to say about Titanfalls combined story and multiplayer. “We’re trying to bring some story into. We’re not gonna hit you over the head with it. It’s not going to ruin the multiplayer experience, but it’s about bringing the world to life, making it more involved, making it more believable and more immersive”.
Abbie Heppe also spoke out about gamers concerns, and stated that those that don’t care for the story will still have their own dedicated game types in the multiplayer modes of Titanfall, this is what she had to say. “For players that are competitive we have our classic modes so it’ll be familiar. If you want to Just go online and kill your buddies, shoot stuff and sort of ignore the cinematic multiplayer stuff, you can do that as well.
It seems that Respawn Entertainment are trying to please every type of player by saying this, even though the game is an always online experience. Titanfall is set to release in March 2014, and won the “most anticipated game of the year” award at the recent VGX event. Whatever way you look at it, Titanfall has already got an extremely big fan base before it’s even been released.
You can pre order Titanfall right now on Amazon, and receive free shipping with the game when you do as well. If your the collecting type, don’t forget that you can also pre order the Collectors Edition of Titanfall as well, this version of the game comes with its own 18″ LED lit figurine and a blueprint schematic of the Titan robot as well.
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