Titanfall games are together on Steam. The first Titanfall is now available on the Valve Store, and you can get a first-person shooter with the Titanfall 2 sequel, at a reduced price while you’re there.
Titanfall was released in 2014, it was developer Respawn’s first game, and it was well reviewed at launch. The bot game used something of the live-service model, including only online multiplayer modes containing NPCs, stories, and other popular single-player items. It’s basically a robot shooter, which puts you against 11 other players on the map, all of you waiting for the opportunity to summon your robot buddy of choice as you explode and wall-jump your way around the buildings.
No official sales numbers have been released, but it did at least well in 2016, a true classic of the last generation that featured a heavy focus on single player, time-flipping campaign that has garnered global praise. Titanfall was already available on Windows through EA Origin, and you can access it through an EA Play subscription as well. Player reviews are actually “mostly negative” due to server issues, or many of them find they can’t get in, or once they do they get kicked out soon after. Some have voice problems, too. An audio fix can be found here, at least.
Respawn has since expanded the series to include Apex Legends, a battle royale game set in the same universe. Apex Legends recently made the jump to Steam as well, bringing in a large number of players, and publisher EA believes the holdings will be in the billions of dollars by the end of the fiscal year.
Titanfall Deluxe Edition is 60% released as of November 25. You can find Titanfall on Steam here, and you can grab Titanfall double discount here.
Source : pcgamesn