Titanfall pilot and Titan powers insight through leaks

 

By Posted 25 Feb 2014, 06:29

Titanfall is the upcoming Microsoft exclusive for Windows, Xbox One and Xbox 360 consoles and with next month’s launch closing in we are getting excited about any relevant news emerging. Details about the game have been quite vague with plenty of speculation about what is involved, and today we are looking at some so-called leaks.

Published by Electronic Arts and developed by Respawn Entertainment the first-person shooter is scheduled for release on the 11th March, 2014, and as the rumour mill starts to churn it seems all of Titanfall’s pilot and Titan skills have been leaked. The game is accumulating plenty of attention prior to its imminent release and the details of the leak have come via RazorUK through delving into Titanfall’s source code.

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Reports have already hit on the recently discovered Prestige Mode, which could be rebranded as “Generations,” while MP1ST documents a list of Titanfall’s leaked pilot and Titan abilities in all its entirety.

In addition, they also provide a link to their previous article which contains images of all 15 Titanfall maps with details and names to boot. The leak from NeoGaf user RazerUK seems impressive if they are legitimate, while the list of all the abilities also contain full descriptions of what is on offer.

As far as Titanfall news is concerned, we recently wrote about the pre-load release time on Xbox One for those intending to get a digital copy of Titanfall on Microsoft’s next-gen console. We highlighted confirmation surrounding the Titanfall pre-load which was expected to be accessible giving gamers the opportunity to download this as soon as it is launched.

We are sorry to say that since then an update has surfaced with Microsoft saying there will be no Titanfall Xbox One pre-load on offer, so some gamers are intrigued with what happened there. With the game winning over 60 awards at its E3 2013 reveal, not to mention a record-breaking six E3 Critics’ Awards we have high hopes for this upcoming title, so will you be purchasing Titanfall as soon as it is released?

Titanfall pilot and Titan powers insight through leaks