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In addition to a hard release date for Titanfall, Electronic Arts and Respawn Entertainment sent over two new gameplay trailers for the title that almost swept Best of E3 awards this year. Titanfall's brand of mixed mech and infantry combat sure looks like fun in the new video above.

It shows off what looks like a campaign mission in the map I got hands-on at PAX Prime this year. Watch closely and you'll catch signature Titanfall actions like wall-running and double-jumping, summoning Titans, and even ejecting from a badly damaged mech. Pay attention and you'll also catch exploding soldiers and some vicious melee animations.



My favorite part of Titanfall was using my mech's giant metal fist to punch enemy infantry to pieces. It was gleeful slaughter and it seems like I'm not alone in my enthusiasm. The second video from EA and Respawn (above) hypes Titanfall's recent summer gaming conference circuit.

Titanfall's release date was announced today and gamers can expect to get in the action on March 11th, 2014 only on Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC.
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