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Wednesday, 03 September 2014 10:37

Next Titanfall game mode is minus the Titans

Written by David Stellmack

 

New Pilot Skirmish mode part of Update #6

Respawn has an interesting idea for the next new game mode… Let’s get rid of the Titans and have the Pilots fight it out. That is what they have done with Update #6 which will arrive today for the Xbox One and PC versions of the game. (As is the norm, it will come to Xbox 360 later on down the road)

Update #6 will introduce the new Pilot Skirmish mode which is 8 vs 8 with no AI and no Titans, just you vs. the other Pilots. Also the Market for Death mode is joining the game as a permanent addition going forward.

Beyond these additions, the game will get its normal round of tweaks and bug fixes.

 

 

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