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Post by Eorl @ 09:21am 29/08/14 | 2 Comments
Respawn Entertainment has revealed that update six is in the works for Titanfall, introducing a new featured game mode called Pilot Skirmish and making Marked for Death a permanent fixture of the first-person shooter.

The biggest change for Titanfall in update six is Pilot Skirmish, which removes AI and Titans. As such, player size is increased to 16 people, with two teams of eight battling it out on the frontier. In addition, Marked for Death is a permanent game mode, meaning it won't be replaced in the future.

There also will be three colorblind options for players added to Titanfall: protanopia, deuteranopia, and tritanopia. "They affect IFF glows, crosshair colors, and names above heads," according to Respawn.

The burn card economy continues to be tinkered with as well, after the implementation of the Black Market with the last update. The daily deals in the market will now offer individual burn cards, but they're in short supply.

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Posted 09:36am 29/8/14
Classic. NonTitan mode...
How about decent GRFX 120hz mode?
Posted 04:11pm 29/8/14
People still play this? I've been on the fence about it for so long it's probably not worth getting anymore.
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