Titanfall for Xbox 360 delayed
Game shifted to March 25 to give developer Bluepoint "time to put the finishing touches on the game."
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Titanfall for Xbox 360 has been delayed, Electronic Arts announced today.
The game is now expected to arrive on March 25. The delay was necessary, EA said, so that developer Bluepoint could have extra time to "put the finishing touches on the game." The Xbox One and PC versions are unaffected and will arrive on March 11 as scheduled.
A beta for Titanfall will be held on Xbox One and PC, though Xbox 360 owners are going to be left out.
Titanfall is one of 2014's most-anticipated games and is coming exclusively to Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC thanks to an exclusive arrangement between Electronic Arts and Microsoft. The game was built by numerous former Call of Duty developers, including Zampella, who cofounded prolific Call of Duty studio Infinity Ward.
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