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Retailers Selling Xbox 360 Version of Titanfall Early

Posted on Friday, April 4 @ 09:00:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


It looks like some retailers have jumped the gun and are selling the Xbox 360 version of Titanfall ahead of its release.

Technically, the game isn't set to arrive on store shelves until April 8th—after getting delayed—but Titanfall Blog has acquired several images of the retail version, which appears to be out in the wild. Interestingly enough, the cover provides a few new details about this last-gen port, including the fact that it will require a 1GB install.

Unfortunately for those that managed to score a copy early, Electronic Arts has yet to turn on the servers for the Xbox 360 version, so everyone will still have to remain patient until Tuesday.

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