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Titanfall Xbox 360 release date hype after resolution

With Xbox One owners having had Titanfall to enjoy for almost a week, attention has now shifted to the Titanfall Xbox 360 release date with Respawn handing duties over to Bluepoint Games who will port the game ready for release on March 25.

We told you that the Xbox One version of the game would have a fixed 792p resolution at launch, but now we have some Titanfall news on the rumored Xbox 360 resolution.

Unfortunately though, it perhaps isn’t the news that you wanted to hear as we could be looking at a game which features a resolution below 720p. Industry insider Pete Dodd has suggested this to be the case, whilst at the same time going on record to say that Titanfall on Xbox 360 will also only be 30FPS.

While some of you would have expected a resolution lower than 720p on last-gen, the same cannot be said for the framerate which many of you were looking for a 60FPS game – although the Xbox One is only ‘up to 60FPS’ it has to be said, with many reporting that the frame rate does dip belong 60FPS at busy moments.

The reaction to this information has been mixed. We’ve seen feedback from some gamers who believe that Titanfall on Xbox 360 will still go on to be one of the best selling games on Xbox 360 despite the resolution and framerate.

However, as you can see above we have also heard about surprising action from some gamers who are even willing to cancel their pre-order after hearing that Titanfall on Xbox 360 won’t be able to hit 60FPS.

How do you personally feel about Titanfall being below 720p and 30FPS? Is this what you expected for a third-party port of the game, or are you disappointed as well?

Written by Alan Ng

Alan has been working for Product-Reviews since 2009 and became the Editor-in-chief in 2014. He has a passion for technology, the latest mobile phones and gadgets, and the gaming industry. Alan is a graduate of Canterbury Christ Church University and completed a B.A in Commercial Music in 2008. While expressing a keen interest in all areas that PR cover, you'll usually find Alan in the gaming section, where he'll be keeping enthusiasts up to date on all the latest news and reviews for consoles and PC.

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Chuck Stone
Chuck Stone

Just got a letter saying the release date has been extended to April 8,2014.

GeorgeTheGreek
GeorgeTheGreek

I cancelled my preorder today.

GeorgeTheGreek
GeorgeTheGreek

I cancelled my preorder today.

jboy61
jboy61

hit me up on 360: jabberwock12 Titanfall can’t come to 360 soon enough

Jay G
Jay G

Only Xbot fanboys could have a flamewar over both of their own company’s hardware.

Michael Cella
Michael Cella

Plus my xbox one version has crazy screen tearing, graphics are last gen COD quality and frame rate dips… I feel like Microsoft rushed this game out!

Michael Cella
Michael Cella

All the COD’S were 60fps, there is no excuse, Microsoft is shitting on ya’ll so you can a xbox 1

BRUCE LEEROY
BRUCE LEEROY

It doesn’t matter 85% of 360 games run in 30fps so stop being a baby and get beat by me in titanfall😁

Travis Broschat
Travis Broschat

Glad I bought an Xbox One already, but if I was still playing my Xbox 360 I’d still buy Titanfall for it, 30fps isn’t a big deal, I’d be more concerned with the <720p resolution, how far below 720p are we talking? I wouldn't be expecting the same game on Xbox 360 as Xbox One, that's unreasonable, if you want next gen performance you have to buy the next gen console… Sell your 360 and get and XBOne…

jazzman
jazzman

I am very disappointed. I opted for a PS4 this generation but have also got a 360. I was hoping that EA, respawn and bluepoint would think about the considerably larger user base on the 360 and do this port properly. I think its a bit of a slap in the face for loyal xbox 360 gamers and considering many other games achieve higher than 720p and 60 fps with their games on 360 this is unacceptable. Shoddy work all round. The decision to use the source engine to design this game was a bad one from the very beginning.… Read more »

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