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Electronic Arts And Respawn Entertainment Announce Titanfall Deal With K'Nex

Posted on Tuesday, November 19 @ 11:25:00 Eastern by

K'NEX and Electronic Arts have teamed up to bring Titanfall construction sets to consumers so you can build your very own Titan and make it ride your cat.

President and CEO of K'NEX (which sounds like a f***ing awesome job) Michael Araten says "Gamers and builders of all ages will have the oppotunity to build the Titanfall Frontier right in their own homes," but I like to imagine he said this just as he puts the finishing touches on the world's biggest K'NEX roller coaster.

The press release says we'll get our first look at Titanfall K'NEX sets at the New York Toy Fair next February, which also happens to be Titanfall's current release window on Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC.

Until then, I guess you should enjoy this K'NEX commercial that I totally remember because screw Legos when everything you build looks like it could poke someone's eye out.

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