Respawn Entertainment and Electronic Arts released Titanfall 2 official launch trailer today, called “Become One”. Titanfall 2 Official Launch Trailer, available below, focuses on the relationship between the pilot and the titan (and it’s pretty good looking).
However, with PlayStation 4 Pro’s release around the corner, Respawn Entertainment wanted to clarify that this game won’t run in native 4K on Sony’s console. It has been said by Executive producer Drew McCoy during an interview with Stevivor.
Here you can find his statements.
Titanfall 2 won’t run in native 4K and I would be surprised if anyone saw this resolution with AAA level games any time soon. It just takes so much processing power and incredible amounts of GPU grunt to do that. PS4 Pro it’s a PS4 that’s faster. We can improve some details, including the frame-rate, but it’s nothing more than that. Moreover we didn’t have time to make things the way we wanted since we didn’t even know about PS4 Pro before its official announce.
Titanfall 2 will eventually be a huge one, but it seems its day one patch won’t weigh too much.
Respawn Entertainment co-founder, Vince Zampella, posted an interesting Tweet on its profile, claiming the day one patch for Titanfall 2 will be 88MB only.
Good thing for console users, especially since consoles’ Hard Drives haven’t too much space and players are forced to delete games and updates in order to keep these Drives “clean” and try new stuff without any kind of worries.
Clear some space on your hd, the #Titanfall2 day one patch is… 88MB
— Vince Zampella (@VinceZampella) 21 ottobre 2016
Titanfall 2 will launch on October 28, 2016 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.