Respawn promises to create a good PC version of TitanFall, distribution platforms not decided yet

As we’ve already said, TitanFall looks like a pretty interesting title. After confirming that its debut title won’t be exclusive to Windows 8, Respawn Entertainment revealed that it does not plan to settle with a crappy PC version of it. Or at least that’s what the company stated a couple of hours ago. Thus, it will be interesting to see whether there will be a FOV slider or any other specific PC features (like offering the ability to completely disable mouse smoothing / acceleration).
When a fan expressed his fears towards the quality of TitanFall’s PC version, Respawn had this to say:
“Definitely not a crappy PC port!”
Of course that’s what you’d expect from every company these days, so let’s hope that Respawn will stay true to its words.
But what about the platforms via which TitanFall will be distributed? Will EA take advantage of yet another title and release it exclusively through Origin? Well, we are not sure about it as Respawn has not decided yet about TitanFall’s distribution platforms.
Moreover, Respawn has not decided yet on the final player count of TitanFall. Our guess is that the game will support 32 players, but nothing is certain at this point.
Last but not least, Respawn has released a new, behind the scenes, video for its upcoming mecha title that can be viewed below.
Inside Titanfall: Official Behind the Scenes Video

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