As the anticipation of the much-awaited, much-publicized Titanfall mounts before its release next month, the game’s official Twitter account made know that the first-person mech shooter will utilize the Microsoft second screen smart device app SmartGlass for the Xbox One and Xbox 360, according to a report today from VG 24/7.
When asked if there would be any integration between the game and SmartGlass via Twitter, the official Titanfall account tweeted, “Titanfall will support SmartGlass. We will have more details on this in the future.”
Since the game will launch exclusively for Microsoft platforms and won’t ever make the jump to Sony’s PlayStation 3 or PS4 (as detailed in this Examiner report), the game’s developers can make good use of SmartGlass to work in conjunction with the game.
The details come as Electronic Arts announced it would be delaying the launch of the Xbox 360 version of the game two weeks to ensure developer Blueprint can have the proper amount of time to “put the finishing touches on the game.”
The Xbox One and Microsoft Windows PC version of the game will still launch at their scheduled release date of March 11.