Image Showing What Titanfall Disk Would Look Like Upon Release

Posted: Feb 28 2014, 10:19am CST | by , in Gaming


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Image showing what Titanfall disk would look like upon release
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The most highly anticipated game of the year comes close to official release. Respawn Entertainment tweets about the game going GOLD

The Respawn Entertainment has developed this highly anticipated Titanfall exclusively for Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows. It is the online first-person shooter video game title and though it is yet to be releases, it has already been the source of a lot of commotion of on the gaming forums and is the most awaited and biggest game of the year 2014 for Xbox One. As the release is coming closer, we will get tits and bits of peeks into what the actual thing will look like and now we have the image of the game’s disc. This is showing exactly what the Xbox One users will be getting once the game is officially released.

Gaming addicts will be thrilled to know that the Titanfall has gone Gold today which means that the developer has finished all the work on the game and the development process has come to an end. This news was broken by the Respawn Entertainment’s tweet on Twitter. The image we talked of earlier was posted by Respawn Entertainment and it shows the retail copy of Titanfall which clearly indicates the production has already begun and the excitement tolls even further as the release date comes close. The game will hit the local shelves on March 11, 2014 for Xbox One and as well as Microsoft Windows.

source: wccftech

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