These past three years have been an incredible journey and I couldn’t be more pleased with where we landed. That’s why today I’m excited to announce the launch of Titanfall: Assault for both iOS and Android. Not only are we blessed with an incredible team of experienced and talented game developers at Particle City, but […]
These past three years have been an incredible journey and I couldn’t be more pleased with where we landed. That’s why today I’m excited to announce the launch of Titanfall: Assault for both iOS and Android.
Not only are we blessed with an incredible team of experienced and talented game developers at Particle City, but we are also fortunate to be supported by two industry leading game companies. Respawn Entertainment with their amazing talent and creativity as well as Nexon with their global reach and years of experience in Free-to-Play.
How did we decide on a mobile RTS for Titanfall?
We presented the team with an opportunity to build a game based on the expansive Titanfall universe. We told them to envision what they believed would be the ultimate mobile game that takes advantage of the fast and agile Pilots, powerful Titan war machines, beautiful world settings and everything else that makes up Titanfall. After a slew of prototypes and revisions… we had the core of Titanfall: Assault.
What is Titanfall: Assault?
While it is easy to call TFA a mobile RTS, that doesn’t tell half the story. What you are really experiencing is a head-to-head battle that resembles looking down and spectating a Titanfall 2 match.
This is no simple tower defense RTS where your units march along a fixed path. Our units are smart and dynamic. They react based on their roles in the game. You have a squad of 3 x Pilots whose main focus is capturing Hardpoints. Your 3 x Titans will mow over pretty much anything they encounter enroute to the enemy base. And last, but not least, your 4 x Burn Cards offer you a wide range of support from structures, Drop Pods with Grunts to defend a location or projectiles that devastate anything in their impact area.
You will find a wide range and diverse set of units at launch on August 10th, with more to come. Check out our poll on Facebook to figure out who we should add in next. At launch we’ll have 40 units and each is unique. We have Pilots like Stim Bruiser that heals after each Hardpoint he captures or the new Pilot-class – Sim Ninja that can deploy anywhere on the field via a Drop Pod and is equipped with a lethal spinning sword attack. We also have the classic Titans from Titanfall 1, as well as, a range of Titanfall 2 units including the lethal Ion or the tank-y Core Ogre with its destructive maul and powerful shielding.
The goal of the game is to control these three Hardpoints across the midfield. Each Hardpoint earns 1 point per 3 seconds. You must capture and control them and the first player to 100 wins. And if that isn’t working for you, build out a squad specializing in base destruction. Destroy the enemy base and you instantly win.
Again, the game is about bringing people together and to help with that we have a rich set of Guild tools to assist like-minded teams to form powerful alliances. Guild members can share replays of their matches to compare strategies. They can also challenge each other in friendly battles. And every other weekend we will be running Guild Objectives that help level up your squad as well as build up a Guild reward cache to be granted at the end of each event. We also have a slew of other community events planned for the near future.
Free to Play! Not Pay to Win
Two reasons – 1) We are able to throw the game’s doors wide-open and let the world join in the fun. 2) We can develop a game that doesn’t have to stop. We will continue to grow, mature and support the game as long as we continue to provide great gaming content worth player’s investing in.
Let me be the first to tell you that Titanfall: Assault is in no way a Pay to Win game. We have strived to ensure that players are fairly matched as they move up the Ranks. Yes, you can purchase Caches, but we bracket a unit’s max level based on the players’ level. You only earn player XP via battling in the game. So people with powerful units have been playing for a while to get there.
If you can’t tell, this has been a passion project produced by a team of industry veterans who have seen it all. Titanfall: Assault is a game that we absolutely love to play. We also have a great team of partners who have helped us get this to market not the least of which includes Respawn’s amazingly talent team of artists, designers and composers. Have you listened to the game? The musical score sets the mood and the sounds of battle are invaluable to help you win the match. The Respawn audio team and PCB Productions did an amazing job. And the squad at Nexon that keep everything running including their Product Management team, Marketing and DevOps support. And of course, the brilliant minds at Unity that provide this impressive engine we build the game on.
I want to close by saying thank you to the team at Particle City, your passion and commitment shows in every part of this game. We couldn’t be prouder of this amazing game.
We invite you to come join us in this first of its kind mobile gaming experience. We certainly hope you find the game as exciting as we do. This is only the start, we have much more to share with you in the coming weeks, months and years.
CEO – Particle City
There’s a lot of positive buzz going around for Titanfall: Assault for iOS and Android! We are only a matter of days away from the Titanfall Frontier being open for everyone to join in the battle. And news is spreading fast with coverage from Rolling Stone, GameSpot, PocketGamer, Sports Illustrated Fansided, USGamer, Gamezebo, PocketGamer, Engadget, Twinfinite, […]
There’s a lot of positive buzz going around for Titanfall: Assault for iOS and Android! We are only a matter of days away from the Titanfall Frontier being open for everyone to join in the battle. And news is spreading fast with coverage from Rolling Stone, GameSpot, PocketGamer, Sports Illustrated Fansided, USGamer, Gamezebo, PocketGamer, Engadget, Twinfinite, TouchArcade and more announced our forthcoming launch date of August 10th. It is time to get excited!
“Close collaboration between both the Titanfall team and two business partners may ensure that Assault is a quality spinoff, faithful to its source material.” – Rolling Stone
“That the gameplay is more complex than other mobile MOBAs is testament to how Particle City’s designers have implemented Titanfall’s fluidity of movement.” – PocketGamer
“Titanfall: Assault…A more technical take on Clash Royale” – PocketGamer
“The game will take the frenetic and high octane action of the Titanfall series and transform it into a strategy game.” – Twinfinite
“Thankfully, (Titanfall) Assault is meant for this world.” – GameSpot
“Titanfall: Assault longs to be a mobile game that’s actually fair to players.” – USGamer
“Hard mode ramped up the difficulty to a satisfying degree.” – USGamer
“Nexon, Respawn and Particle City are just about ready to let us all in the world of Pilots and Titans in a whole new way in Titanfall: Assault.” – Gamezebo
“[Titanfall: Assault] melds the action and sensibility of the console games…with the strategy and card management of titles like Clash Royale.” – Gamezebo
“The visual fidelity and maps offer up a fresh new look that may get onlookers interested in its August 10 launch.” – Fansided
“Unlike mos top mobile RTS games on the market right now, Titanfall Assault has a huge active maps paired with strong graphics (for the medium) and an excellent dynamic camera angle.” – Fansided
“Titanfall Assault has all the gameplay systems, polish and production quality required to relay towards a successful launch.” – Fansided
“The game definitely screams “Titanfall”. The map design, the units, the pilots, the titans – everything is on point, and you will also meet some new units that have been designed specifically for this game.” – PhoneArena
“Titanfall Assault will deviate from the series formula and will actually have RTS gameplay instead of a shooter.” – SegmentNext
Links to the news articles below:
Rolling Stone (Glixel) – Titanfall’ RTS Comes to Mobile This Month
Sports Illustrated’s Fansided – Titanfall Assault is a more technologically advanced Clash Royale
Sports Illustrated’s Fansided – Prepare for Titanfall Assault’s mobile launch on August 10
JamAirTV – ‘Titanfall’ RTS Comes To Mobile This Month
GameSpot – Titanfall Spin-Off Launches Next Week
Titanfall is a massive universe, rife with stories to tell and battles to be waged. When Vince and I founded Particle City, we wanted to bring the expansive Frontier, as well as the fast and fluid action synonymous with Titanfall to the gaming platform in everyone’s pocket – smart phones. The result is Titanfall: Assault, […]
Titanfall is a massive universe, rife with stories to tell and battles to be waged. When Vince and I founded Particle City, we wanted to bring the expansive Frontier, as well as the fast and fluid action synonymous with Titanfall to the gaming platform in everyone’s pocket – smart phones. The result is Titanfall: Assault, a real-time, head-to-head action strategy game where you assemble your custom squad of Pilots, Titans and Support Units (Burn Cards) and battle others for control of the Frontier. Soon players around the world will be able to battle in the Titan War anytime, anywhere.
We’ve worked closely with Vince, Steve Fukuda and the rest of the Titanfall team to translate everything we love about Titanfall — including popular Pilot and Titan loadouts, key characters and battle locales — into a mobile experience. We’re also expanding the universe with new specialized units, Burn Cards and game maps.
Titanfall: Assault concept art
From the start, our goal has always been to capture the fast-paced action and excitement of a Titanfall match. Our first game mode features capturing Hardpoints across iconic, war-torn locations from the Frontier. Not only are these different locales visually distinctive, but each introduces unique gameplay elements for players to take advantage of – from the ziplines for Pilots and breakaway sections that open up new paths for Titans on Crash Site to the sniper towers that extend a unit’s line-of-sight in Angel City. Each map feels and plays differently, requiring players to constantly adapt their strategies.
During a PvP match, the goal is to score 100 points by holding Hardpoints or go all-in and destroy an opponent’s base for an instant win. This dual mode of victory introduces a wide-range of different game strategies and squad loadouts.
PvP match on Boneyard map
Titanfall is all about the fast and lethal Pilots and their powerful Titans. In Titanfall: Assault you will be able to build out your own squad with a wide-range of different units that will bring the battlefield to life.
Players can choose from a diverse collection of Pilots each equipped with unique abilities and pair them up for deadly combos. Some of my favorites include the Sim Ninja – our simulacrum Pilot equipped with a melee sword for awesome close-range attacks that cause damage to other Pilots and support units. A few other unique units include Boomer with his Archer Heavy Rocket Launcher and powerful A-Wall shield and Grunt Captain who calls-in two Shield Grunts each time he captures a Hardpoint. All of these units will make for quite a force on the battlefield.
Build your squad of Pilots and Titans
We also include Titans from Titanfall 1 and 2. You will see many fan favorites as well as all-new Titans to deploy into action including the tank-like Ogre, the powerful Titan-killer Ion, the highly explosive Nuke Atlas or the anti-infantry Scorch that decimates grunts and Pilots in its wake.
And we are bringing back Burn Cards that allow players, as the Commander, to support Pilots and Titans by deploying Sentry Turrets, Missile Barrages, Personal Shields, a variety of grunts and much more.
Not only can aspiring Commanders progress up the Ranks of the Leaderboards to unlock additional game maps but they can form powerful alliances to dominate the Frontier. Joining a Guild will give players access to special in-game events as well as the ability to hone their squad loadout and strategies together by sharing replays and challenging guild mates to friendly battles.
We’ll be sharing more details on Titanfall: Assault as we get closer to the global launch so be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Don’t forget Pre-Register on Google Play now to get an exclusive Android Titan on day 1.
See you on the Frontier when Titanfall: Assault launches to iPhone, iPad and Android devices later this year!
CEO | Particle City, Inc.
Titanfall: Assault Mobile RTS revealed by Nexon, Respawn and Particle City Nexon, Respawn and Particle City have revealed Titanfall: Assault, a new fast and fluid real-time PvP mobile strategy game, is in development. Titanfall: Assault gives players the ability to build an unstoppable force of towering Titans and Agile Pilots and deploy their squad directly […]
Nexon, Respawn and Particle City have revealed Titanfall: Assault, a new fast and fluid real-time PvP mobile strategy game, is in development. Titanfall: Assault gives players the ability to build an unstoppable force of towering Titans and Agile Pilots and deploy their squad directly into battle in a strategic objective based PvP gameplay experience.
In Titanfall: Assault, players will put their RTS skills to the test as they collect, upgrade and assemble a deck of Pilots, Titans and tactical Burn Cards which provide powerful battlefield support. The PvP matchups play out across different maps across the Frontier War and will require opponents to create and deploy their custom squad on the battlefield in order to outmaneuver enemy forces and win valuable rewards on the leaderboards.
Visit TitanfallAssault.com to pre-register for the Prometheus Titan Card when the game launches globally. New information and details on Titanfall: Assault will be released on our Twitter and Facebook pages.
Those of us here at Particle City could not be more excited to share some more details about the upcoming Titanfall® 2 for Playstation4, Xbox One and PC. Here’s the details we can share… • The game will include an offline, single-player campaign story • While not a sequel, the new game picks up after […]
Those of us here at Particle City could not be more excited to share some more details about the upcoming Titanfall® 2 for Playstation4, Xbox One and PC.
Here’s the details we can share…
• The game will include an offline, single-player campaign story
• While not a sequel, the new game picks up after the events of the original Titanfall
• There are SIX new Titans – each bespoke with unique capabilities
• Pilots have access to new weapons and gear…including an awesome new grappling hook
• DLC content will be FREE
Let’s check out the published details behind the Titanfall 2 Single-Player and Multiplayer trailers…
Pilot and Titan unite as never before in Respawn Entertainment’s highly anticipated Titanfall® 2. Featuring a crafted single player campaign that explores the unique bond between man and machine, players will step on to The Frontier as a Militia rifleman with aspirations of becoming a Pilot. Stranded behind IMC enemy lines, and against overwhelming odds, you must team up with a veteran Vanguard-class Titan and uphold a mission you were never meant to carry out.
In multiplayer, Titanfall 2 delivers best-in-class shooter gameplay backed by more depth and variety including new Titans – each with their own unique abilities, a deeper set of Pilot abilities, an expanded arsenal of weapons, more customization options, and a robust progression system.
PocketGamer.biz included our Titanfall Mobile in their “Our top 10 most anticipated mobile games: from Animal Crossing and Dawn of Titans to Pokémon GO and Titanfall Mobile”. Appreciating the fact that nothing has been announced at this time, the article mentions the following insights… It’s unlikely to be a straight port of the console game, […]
PocketGamer.biz included our Titanfall Mobile in their “Our top 10 most anticipated mobile games: from Animal Crossing and Dawn of Titans to Pokémon GO and Titanfall Mobile”.
Appreciating the fact that nothing has been announced at this time, the article mentions the following insights…
It’s unlikely to be a straight port of the console game, which featured large-scale, first-person shooter action, complete with giant mechs flying down from space to wreak havoc on your opponents.
It would also be surprising if it was at all like Nexon’s usual mobile fare, as it is something of a struggle to imagine an MMORPG based in the Titanfall universe.
So what will it be? Most likely something strategy based, but there’s plenty of scope for the developers to do basically whatever they want with the franchise.
Polygon reports… Publisher Electronic Arts and developer Respawn Entertainment dropped the first teaser trailer for Titanfall 2 today, which promises a full reveal of the mech-centric shooter this June. EA says Titanfall 2’s unveiling will happen Sunday, June 12; that’s when EA Play, the publisher’s E3 replacement event, kicks off. The original Titanfall was released […]
Publisher Electronic Arts and developer Respawn Entertainment dropped the first teaser trailer for Titanfall 2 today, which promises a full reveal of the mech-centric shooter this June.
EA says Titanfall 2’s unveiling will happen Sunday, June 12; that’s when EA Play, the publisher’s E3 replacement event, kicks off.
The original Titanfall was released in 2014, but was console exclusive to Xbox platforms. Respawn co-founder Vince Zampella confirmed a sequel was in development last year and would be multiplatform. Respawn staffers have hinted that the Titanfall sequel would have a more substantial single-player campaign as well as more weapon variety. While EA and Respawn haven’t announced a release date for Titanfall 2, there have been hints that it could hit in 2016.
A Titanfall spinoff game for mobile devices is slated to arrive sometime this year, thanks to Respawn sister studio Particle City.
Titanfall 2 will be available on PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One.
You can also following everything Titanfall 2 related at Titanfall.com
DN Reviews posted an article based on the information they have accumulated to date on our first Titanfall Mobile release… Titanfall Mobile: Information & Speculation – Coming In 2016 Due to an influx of emails that we received in regards to Titanfall Mobile, we have decided to update you on this highly anticipated game. Titanfall was developed […]
DN Reviews posted an article based on the information they have accumulated to date on our first Titanfall Mobile release…
Titanfall Mobile: Information & Speculation – Coming In 2016
Due to an influx of emails that we received in regards to Titanfall Mobile, we have decided to update you on this highly anticipated game. Titanfall was developed by the creators of the Call of Duty franchise and was initially released for PC & Console in 2014. The fast-paced shooter game has been extremely successful that Developer Respawn Entertainment has partnered with Nexon Mobile & Particle City in order to develop Titanfall Mobile, a series of standalone mobile titles.
Recently, Publisher Electronic Arts has announced that Titanfall 2 will be released in late 2016 or early 2017. Mobile versions of console titles have often preceded their PC/Console versions as a means of hype creation and marketing. This has been proven time and again when it comes to big developers and it’s very likely to see Titanfall Mobile before Titanfall 2. It has already been confirmed that there will be several standalone Titanfall mobile games and that the first one is expected to be out in 2016.
Now we know that big titles are expected to be released on strategic dates and many are speculating that Titanfall 2 might be released after June due to several Electronic Arts events taking place in mid-June such as EA Play, so there is a chance that they will announce the release date during one of their events. If Titanfall 2 is expected to be released in Q3 or Q4, we can expect Titanfall Mobile to be released in Q2 or Q3 of this year.
The main developer for Titanfall Mobile will be Particle City and they have a quality-focused view when it comes to game development. They pride themselves with games that are developed with the goal to entertain the players for years rather than months. With this in mind, we expect Titanfall Mobile to be a quality game that will be worth the wait rather than a money-grabbing mobile disaster.
However, for this to succeed it has to be build with a freemium model in mind and you can think of the Clash of Clans model in order to see the logic behind it. Moreover, we do expect Titanfall Mobile to be a freemium game and that is further proven by Respawn Entertainment’s choice of partnering with Nexon, a company best known for its freemium games. We hope that the freemium model of the game will not render a pay-2-win type of gameplay because this can leave many players disappointed. Although, we believe that Respawn Entertainment would not allow the mobile debut of its prominent franchise to be a failure because this can hurt the image of the Titanfall franchise.
Finally, there is no doubt that the Titanfall mobile games will be related to the Titanfall universe but each will have its own original story. The games will be available for iOS and Android, but the first mobile title of the standalone series is expected to be released this year. Stay tuned with our website for the latest information on Titanfall Mobile and if you haven’t playedTitanfall before, then be sure to check the 2014 launch trailer below.