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Nexon announces Titanfall: Assault mobile game, closed beta starting soon

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Nexon announces Titanfall: Assault mobile game, closed beta starting soon

In a surprising turn of events, South Korean mobile developer Nexon announced the upcoming release of a new Titanfall game for Android and iOS devices. This isn't the first time a Titanfall mobile game is announced, but it might as well be the first to actually made it to App Store and Google Play.

Back in January, Remedy Entertainment announced it has decided to cancel its Titanfall: Frontline mobile game after a few weeks of closed beta. As it happens, Nexon confirmed that it would soon start a closed beta in order to begin testing the game with a small group of players. Hopefully, the game won't be canceled after the closed beta.

Titanfall: Assault is a PvP real-time strategy game that allows players to deploy Pilots and Titans in fast-paced, smooth battles. Although you'll be seeing your Pilots and Titans on various maps, Titanfall: Assault is actually a card game.

You'll be building your deck of Pilots, Titans, and Burn Cards, and then combine and conquer your opponents as quickly as possible. Naturally, you can collect and upgrade your cards including tactical Burn Cards that offer powerful battlefield support.

The game is being developed by a trio of companies consisting of Remedy Entertainment, Nexon and Particle City. For the time being, you can only pre-register for the game on the developer's website, as the there's no release date announced yet.



source: Nexon via AndroidPolice

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posted on 03 May 2017, 22:53

1. Vagabondjonez (Posts: 97; Member since: 21 Jan 2016)


Mech and cards definitely what I had in mind for a mech shooting franchise

posted on 04 May 2017, 02:07

2. RebelwithoutaClue (Posts: 3523; Member since: 05 Apr 2013)


It's not Remedy Entertainment, but Respawn Entertainment. The same guys who made Titanfall for console & PC.

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