Titanfall 2 and Battlefield 1 to Launch Weeks Apart

Brave move?

Titanfall 2, the free-running, mech-crushing, first-person-shooter from developer Respawn will be releasing 3 weeks from Battlefield 1. This news comes from EA Chief Financial Officer Blake Jorgensen.

Speaking at the 2016 Global Technology Conference, Jorgensen said that Titanfall 2 will be releasing “roughly three weeks from Battlefield 1.”

Titanfall 2 Teaser Shot

Titanfall 2 Teaser Shot

This may prove to be a brave move by EA as both games are being published by them and it seems they’re not worried about splitting the FPS crowd. We also can’t forget that in that same window we will see Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, the Remaster of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and possibly the leaked Verdun. Whilst this is good news for fans of the FPS genre, who have plenty to choose from, the competition will be fierce to get your hard-earned cash.

Of course these two release from EA have their differences too with one being a future based mech shooter and the other being set in World War 1.

So which FPS are you planning on picking up later this year? Let us know below.


Writer and Podcast Editor Kevin Tarne was born as an insult to nature. The seventh son of a seventh son, Kevin is the world’s last audio Wizard and wields his unreliable PC to fight evil and edit podcasts. Kevin is responsible for the unprecedented quality of the podcasts audio.
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