The developers behind the upcoming Titanfall Frontline mobile game have decided to cancel the game for right now, citing that they want to make the game more refined. Since the developers, Particle City, are not happy with the game’s current status and quality, they’ve decided to cancel its launch for right now while they work on it.
Very interesting news today, especially if you’re a fan of the Sci-Fi themed franchise Titanfall. Nexon and Respawn Entertainment (and Particle City) have announced today that they have teamed up to develop and publish a series of games that will be based off of the Titanfall universe. One thing both companies made abundantly clear is that there will be several titles and that they will all be new and original games.
Today, EA Mobile has released a mobile companion app for Respawn Entertainment’s wildly successful freshman release, Titanfall. The simply named app, “Titanfall Companion App”, is robust both in size (612MB) and features, promising to enhance the player experience with a bevy of tools.
There are plenty of mobile game development studios that get created every day and of all sizes, from the two-man team hoping to make it big with their indie title to sudden 100 staff member teams forming their own companies. So when there is news of a new studio floating around it is unusual, mostly in a good way, and that is the case with a new company called Nuclear Division. So what is unusual, or newsworthy, about this company? The fact that it is being created by the co-founder of the Call Of Duty franchise and Titanfall.
One really great thing about the Nvidia Shield is the ability to play full PC games on it. This can be done using Nvidia’s GameStream technology which lets owners of the Shield stream PC games from their actual PCs to their Nvidia Shield unit.