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Submitted by BozoLoco 31d ago | interview

Titanfall dev sounds out eSports partnerships: 'We'll start testing the waters'

MMGN writes: When Titanfall launched back in March, it seemed anything but a competitive shooter for eSports professionals. It lacked ranked leaderboards and private matches, and Respawn even went as far to say it wasn’t focusing specifically on making the game accessible for the eSports circuit.

That could change, however, as the developer focuses on adding new content and working with professional gamers. (gamescom, PC, TitanFall, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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