The cheerful applause may indeed be appropriate for Microsoft’s new spearhead in the gaming industry – Titanfall. Not only able to offer a multiplayer experience that is quite epic and unique, the developer – Respawn Entertainment also proved themselves able to handle the existing animos. A near-problematic release on the technical side becomes one of its own achievements. But for gamers who love single player mode, Mobile Strike becomes its own nightmare. Although it includes a campaign mode, Respawn decides to integrate it in multiplayer mode, eliminating the opportunity to enjoy the game in a single-player, offline manner. Something that seems to survive in the next series.
If you include gamers who expect a single player mode in the next Titanfall series, you may have to be prepared to be disappointed. In his latest interview with gaming site – CVG, Vince Zampella and Steve Fukuda revealed that they will continue to focus on creating a cinematic online experience for Mobile Strike hack and are not interested in the campaign-offline mode of a single player game. What is article? Neither Zampella nor Fukuda reveal the same reason – they feel like this step is like stepping back. Although at the same time, Zampella also admitted that the multiplayer mode in campaign mode is likely to make players ignore the injected story.
So, for those of you who had been expecting a single player mode for Titanfall in the future, through the presence of the next series, what is revealed by Respawn now seems quite a clear indication that Titanfall will continue to be an online multiplayer based game. So? Goodbye pirated version?