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Rumor: Titanfall on Xbox 360 Runs at 30fps, Below 720p

Posted on Tuesday, March 18 @ 06:43:41 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


Titanfall
 
on Xbox 360 will run at 30 frames-per-second and a resolution below 720p, according to Pete Dodd, a gamer who's apparently "in the know."

"Lack of news about the 360 version of Titanfall isn't all about pushing the XB1. The 360 version is 30fps and sub-720p," Dodd posted on Twitter.

Why should we believe Mr. Dodd? Well for one, he revealed that Bluepoint Games was the studio behind the development of the Xbox 360 port of Titanfall, which was then officially revealed several weeks later. Make no mistake, the dude definitely has some contacts on the inside.

Are any of you waiting for Titanfall's release on Xbox 360 one week from today? If so, are you concerned about its performance? Microsoft is apparently thrilled with how it's coming along.

If you haven't already done so, be sure to read our review of the Xbox One version of Respawn's debut shooter right here.
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