Titanfall getting K'NEX playsets later this year - check out a video now

Construction toy company to release six new playsets based on Respawn's Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC game later this year.

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The first batch of official Titanfall K'NEX playsets will be available to purchase beginning in fall 2014, the United States construction toy company announced today. K'NEX and Titanfall developer Respawn Entertainment originally announced a partnership in November.

There will be a total of six Titanfall K'NEX playsets available this fall. You'll be able to buy the 500-piece Ultimate Angel City Campaign Building Set for $45 or smaller Titan and Pilot playsets for $13-$35. A breakdown of the various Titanfall K'NEX playsets on offer is below.

You can also check out a video showing off one of the Titanfall K'NEX playsets at the bottom of this post.

Titanfall, which launched yesterday for Xbox One and PC, is not the first gaming property to make the leap to K'NEX. Other gaming brands with K'NEX playsets include Mario Kart, Angry Birds, Pac-Man, and Super Mario. K'NEX also makes building sets based on bands like The Beatles and KISS.

Titanfall: Ultimate Angel City Campaign Building Set - $45

Includes 500+ K'NEX pieces, plus 4 figures--2 Pilots and 2 Spectres.

Titanfall: Angel City Escape Building Set - $45

Includes 500+ K'NEX pieces, plus 4 figures--2 Pilots and 2 Spectres.

Titanfall: MILITIA Ogre Titan Building Set - $35

160+ pieces. Once built, Ogre stands 12" high, and includes one MILITIA Pilot figure that works with the Titan.

Titanfall: IMC Atlas Titan Building Set - $35

160+ pieces. Once built Atlas stands 12" high, and features one Pilot figure that works with the Titan..

Titanfall: IMC Pilot Strike - $13

Includes 80+ K'NEX pieces to create a building for your pilot to battle through.

Titanfall: MILITIA Pilot Attack Building Set - $13

Set includes 80+ K'NEX pieces that allow you to construct a small building for your pilot to battle through.

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