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'Titanfall' or 'Titanfall 2' being teased for PS4 with graphics enhancements

'Titanfall' DLC
'Titanfall' DLC
Photo courtesy of Electronic Arts, used with permission

"Titanfall" or "Titanfall 2" may be coming to the PS4. According to a report from Softpedia on May 9, a build of the first game is apparently running on Sony's next-generation console. Furthermore, the insider disclosed that the software product has a native resolution of 1080p on the PS4. The Xbox One version ran at 792p although Respawn Entertainment did reveal that it would increase in the future.

The rumor may hint that the PS4 may be getting "Titanfall." Although Electronic Arts signed a console exclsuvie deal with Microsoft, there might be a few loopholes. For example, Microsoft Studios published "Ninja Gaiden 2" exclusively the Xbox 360 in 2008. However, "Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2" came out a year later on the PS3. A similar situation could occur with "Titanfall," especially when considering that the intellectual property is owned by Respawn Entertainment.

The co-founder of the development studio hinted in the past that the sequel could come out on other platforms aside from the PC, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Although "Titanfall" launched as a next-generation exclusive for Microsoft's new console, the PS4 was still able to outsell the Xbox One during the game's launch month. Furthermore, Sony's platform has an install base of more than 7 million players that is still rapidly growing. As a result, it may be hard for Electronic Arts and Respawn Entertainment to avoid the PS4 again.

"Titanfall" was first released for the PC and Xbox One on March 11, selling more than one million units on both platforms in less than a month. The first-person shooter was also ported to the Xbox 360 by Bluepoint Games. The current-generation console version was originally set to arrive at the same time as the other iterations before being delayed until April 8.

Electronic Arts will be announcing six new projects at E3 2014 next month in Los Angeles. Although Respawn Entertainment is still working on the post-launch support for the first "Titanfall," the studio could still appear on stage to provide a potential peek at their next project. You can find a screen showcasing one of the upcoming multiplayer maps of the game from the official Twitter page with the photo added to the top of this article.