As much as I hate EA, we still need them for certain situations. That being said, your should at least try the beta for yourself before you go judging, who knows maybe you'll like it.EA I'll pass. I hope you bankrupt yourself.
Isn't that what they said after Sim City? Origin, ME3, Madden, Sim City, etc. At this point EA has screwed over so many people by trying to nickel and dime the hell out of everything instead of making decent games that I'm not going to buy this even if it turns out to be the greatest game in the world. Sorry but EA should give out titanfall for free, or at least heavily discounted as an apology for their past behavior.He reassured gamers that Titanfall will not have the same launch woes experienced by EA's Battlefield 4
Publishers do have their requirements before they publish a game. That is part of the drama that caused games like ACM to turn out as raunchy as it did. Maybe different publishers, same story.If you follow games quite well you would know EA doesn't own the game. They have publishing rights to it and that's it. I may not like EA and how they do business but its business for a reason. I'm all in, the team behind COD that made it as big and as great as it was, was because of these guys. If i get a spot i will try the beta, look forward to buying the game.
You were surprised that the old infinity ward guys had a publisher looking at them with prospects of many sequels? I'm looking forward to seeing TitanFall 9 where they add a robot with a single customizable decal. Once I heard they were from infinity Ward, I expect to see alot of the same gameplay released on the AAA price point with minor changes in several installments, each receiving several mid cost DLC's.How did I not know EA was publishing this? "[Titanfall] has a great potential to churn out sequels," this from the CFO of the publisher. This speaks volumes to me. It's a shame, was really looking forward to seeing what the old Infinity Ward guys could push out. Strange how I thought they left Infinty Ward to get clear from an overbearing publisher they didn't agree with. Much irony.