EA: Titanfall will remain exclusive to Xbox, PC

[UPDATE] CFO Blake Jorgensen says Respawn's new game will be exclusive "for the life of the title" for Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC; Respawn cofounder says "of course" company will make a game for PS4.

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Zampella was also asked if Respawn Entertainment will make a PlayStation 4 game some day. He replied, "Of course we will, just not the first Titanfall."

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PlayStation and Nintendo fans hoping to play Respawn Entertainment's first-person shooter Titanfall on their consoles appear to be out of luck. The game will remain exclusive to Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC "for the life of the title," Electronic Arts CFO Blake Jorgensen said today during an earnings call.

Titanfall is the first product from Respawn Entertainment, the studio founded by numerous former Call of Duty developers, including Infinity Ward cofounder Vince Zampella. "For the life of the title" suggests that a potential Titanfall sequel could be released on a non-Microsoft or PC platform, though this has not been announced.

Microsoft featured Titanfall prominently in its recently launched Xbox One advertising campaign, rolling out on TV, the Web, and on billboards this month in the lead-up to the Xbox One launch on November 22.

Titanfall will be published by EA through the EA Partners program. The game will be released on March 11, 2014 for Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC.

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