Unfortunately the latest beta testing phase has now come to an end for the new Titanfall game which is currently under development by Respawn and will be launching next month.
However if you enjoyed your gameplay but didn’t quite have a system powerful enough to be able to play Titanfall with all the settings maxed out, you might be interested in this new video which shows you just that.
The video below reveals the details and graphics you can expect to enjoy if you upgrade your system or already have a PC that is capable of playing the games with all the settings maximised.
“Up to twelve human players choose their pilot types and are dropped on the map, beginning the game. A timer displays the time until a Titan can be deployed, which is reduced by killing other players. Once deployed, Titans are protected by a forcefield for about 30 seconds, which protects the player-pilot as well.
Pilots are agile and accumulate momentum while running (similar to Tribes), which lets players run on walls and chain together double jumps. There are multiple types of Titans, each with unique abilities and animations. Pilot and Titan controls are identical except where the pilot’s double jump becomes the Titan’s dash, as Titans cannot jump, crouch, or cover. The mechs are not slow, but their movement is slower than the nimble pilots.”
Titanfall release date for the PC and next-generation Microsoft Xbox One games console is March 13th in Europe and on March 11th 2014 in the US. However the Titanfall Xbox 360 release date has now been pushed back two weeks into the end of March. The Titanfall gameplay footage with maxed out settings has been captured by the PC gamer website for you to enjoy.
Source: PC Gamer