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Respawn co-founder feeling ‘a bit of fear’ as ‘Titanfall’ release approaches

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According to a report today from VG 24/7, Respawn co-founder Vince Zampella said while though he’s excited for the release of the studio’s Microsoft exclusive title Titanfall that he’s feeling a bit anxious as the game’s launch approaches in March.

Answering questions from fans on Twitter, Zampella said he was excited for the mech first-person shooter to come out but has worries over ensuring a smooth release.

“Yes, but mixed with a bit of fear,” Zampella said when asked if he was excited for the Titanfall release. “We want the launch to be as smooth as possible. (The) beta should help.”

Respawn announced that gamers would be able to play the Titanfall beta come Valentine’s Day after the studio held a closed alpha testing period earlier in January.

You can read that full Examiner report by clicking here.

Zampella, in another post, said that those who participate in the Titanfall beta next week will be able to post clips to YouTube and photos to the web unlike with the closed alpha test.

One thing Zampella won’t need to worry about is how many titans will be available to play with in Titanfall, as Respawn community manager Abbie Heppe posted to Twitter saying that there would be no more than three.

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