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Titanfall Frontline Cancelled: Why Mobile Game Will No Longer Launch

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Titanfall Frontline Cancelled: Why Mobile Game Will No Longer Launch

Titanfall Frontline is a card battle game. It is developed by Particle City for Android and iOS which is a mobile part of the huge Titanfall franchise. Respawn Entertainment alongside Nexon, a company that develops free online games, developed the mobile game starting October of 2015. The developer soft launched the game on both Android and iOS last September 2016 in the Philippines. Now, Respawn Entertainment has unfortunately cancelled the mobile game.

Why Respawn Entertainment Cancelled Titanfall Frontline

Respawn Enterainment set Titanfall Frontline to launch last 2016 but it now appears that the development company cancelled the game. Respawn Entertainment announced through the game’s Facebook page the main reason for the cancellation. The reason for this is that “the experience wasn’t ready to deliver the intense action-packed gameplay synonymous with Titanfall.” Respawn Entertainment admits that cancelling the game was never easy, probably because of the time, extreme effort, and money put into the development of a mobile game of that type. Nevertheless, the Titanfall team said that they are “excited to take some of the concepts we saw resonate with players and build off of them in future Titanfall mobile games.”

The Titanfall Frontline spin-off mobile game is played in real time. The player as the commander collects and puts Pilots, Titans, and burn cards to damage and defeat their opponent. The game offered turn-based battle in Player vs. Player modes. It would have been a nice gameplay.

What Will Happen Now

Amidst all the dismay, Respawn Entertainment promises that it is “our goal to create the best Titanfall mobile games that showcase the fast-paced action, mobility and, of course, the power of Titans in this iconic series.” The development company also thanked their fans for the warm support and intense expectations that they gave for the game. The statement also said that the game is presently in closed beta.

Titanfall FrontlinePia Janine Contreras | Video Games Republic

Image source: Screen grab from Youtube/AppSpy account

The game will also be slowly “winding down”. This will happen “in the next few days”. Servers will finally close on January 20. Respawn Entertainment has also posted the announcement in the game’s official website.

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