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‘Titanfall’ Xbox One alpha not representative of full game, says Respawn

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Respawn Entertainment is getting ahead on leaked Titanfall alpha testing footage, saying what the select few testers are seeing is not indicative of the Xbox One exclusive’s full scale build, according to a report from Official Xbox Magazine.

Despite what Respawn community manager Abbie Heppe dubbed a “comprehensive” non-disclosure agreement, images and information about Titanfall from its Xbox One alpha has leaked out to the public.

“This isn’t a build indicative of final produce, which is why we’re asking people to please refrain from posting,” Heppe said.

Titanfall programmer Rayme Vinson pointed to the textures seen in the alpha, which he said on Twitter will actually be four times bigger in the full-scale version of the game.

Heppe called it a “small bite” of the final game, and the limited testing was structured as such to perform “very limited technical testing.”

Earlier today on Twitter, Heppe said a beta is “possible” before the game's launch in two months. You can read that full Examiner report by clicking here.

Titanfall is set to drop on the Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows PC on March 11 in North America.


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