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Friday, 07 February 2014 08:54

Titanfall on 360 to undergo 2-week delay

Written by David Stellmack

To apply finishing touches before release

In the something-we-didn’t-exactly-see-coming category, we have received word from EA that Titanfall on the Xbox 360 will not make its original March 11th launch date in North America. Instead, the Xbox 360 version will be delayed two weeks and will now launch on March 25th in North America. This launch delay only affects the Xbox 360 version, the Xbox One and PC versions of the game and will still be released on March 11th in North America.

The reason for the delay is actually quite simple. Developer Bluepoint, who is handling the Xbox 360 version, needs additional time to put the finishing touches on the game to ensure an awesome experience.

While this isn’t ideal, we would prefer that the developer take all of the time that it needs to get it right. Titanfall is the biggest release so far this year, and since the Xbox 360 version is expected to carry the sales load for this title, it is important that the conversion to the previous generation platform be the best that it can be.

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