A whooping 48 GB awe inspiring PC game has landed with support in other consoles too. Titanfall is a latest multiplayer FPS game developed by Respawn Entertainment that is going to change the gaming history. It is not like any other regular FPS games where you shoot the enemies and kill the main villain. It is nothing like Battlefield, CoD, Mass Effect etc. Titanfall is a muscle powered bone crushing and vastly entertaining multiplayer FPS game where players use big Titans to fight other titans.
I saw this game and wanted to play so I bought it and I was amazed so I also wrote a Titanfall review. Actually Titans are big nuclear powered armored robots that you control and use to fight. The game supports 12 player sessions online. There has been a lot of server problem lately but we expect it to be solved soon. The game is what a gamer wants. It is like a onion ring, once you eat a piece you can’t stop biting another. So it will keep you stuck in front of the screen. Bad eyes alert! Ha-ha.
Game features a vast landscape for fighting large mean killing Titans loaded with canons, guns, projectile shooters and much more. The game provides powers such as walking and climbing vertical walls, cliffs and jumping. Player will find many new things to do in this game. Player can jump on any Titan and rip its part apart, kill it ride it and be the dominator of the match. There are several types of matches like Deathmatch, Capture the flag, Last Titan standing. Everything is much more fun to do.
You can create your own team of soldiers by choosing them and providing weapons such as canons, providing them with other gadgets and abilities. The players can create them as bodyguard who protect you during the warfare. The game is fun due to running stupid metal minions whose main job is to create population, corpses and obviously increase fun. You can chat with your friends during the game and enjoy by running on rooftops, shooting and climbing.
The minimum requirements of the game is serious but these are the requirements according to game debate
- Celeron E3200 Dual-Core 2.4GHz/Athlon II X2 220
- GeForce 8800 GT/Radeon HD 4770 512MB
- 4 GB GD RAM(Windows 7 64 Bit)
- Core 2 Quad Q9450 2.66GHz/ Phenom II X4 820
- GeForce GTX 560/Radeon HD 6870
- 8 GB GD RAM (WIN7 64 BIT)