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Titanfall Not Coming To PS4, Exclusive To Xbox One, 360, And PC For Its "Lifetime"

Posted on Tuesday, October 29 @ 15:17:14 PST by Alex_Osborn


Electronic Arts has dashed any hopes Sony fans may have had of Titanfall eventually making its way to the PlayStation 4.

During today's earnings call, company CFO Blake Jorgensen confirmed that the upcoming shooter from Respawn will remain tethered to Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC "for the lifetime of the title." In addition, the publisher spoke to the game's development, assuring gamers that Titanfall won't be rushed to meet its March deadline. "No, we're not doing that at all," COO Peter Moore said in regards to the publisher pushing for a hasty release.

Titanfall is set to launch on March 11th, exclusively for Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC.

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