Titanfall PC Release Date Confirmed, Doesn’t Need Windows 8

With all the hub-bub about Titanfall not coming to the PS4 next year (or ever, actually), we can all be comforted by the fact that Respawn Entertainment’s inaugural game will still be coming to the PC.

Titanfall will be released on the PC on the same date as the Xbox One and Xbox 360: March 11th, 2014. If you’re over in Europe, it’s March 13th.

Rock, Paper, Shotgun got the skinny from Respawn, who also confirmed that Titanfall PC will not need Windows 8 to run. If you’re still running Windows 7 and kicking it old school in a ’69 Impala like me, you’re good to go. And if you’re running Vista? Well…you and I need to have a long chat about life, my friend.

Go read Ross Lincoln’s Titanfall preview, and bask in the awesome glory that is mechs, guns, and ripping men out of mechs and throwing them at other men.

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3 Comments on Titanfall PC Release Date Confirmed, Doesn’t Need Windows 8

Phil Owen

On November 1, 2013 at 2:50 pm

XP 4 life

psycros

On November 1, 2013 at 9:46 pm

“If you’re still running Windows 7 and kicking it old school in a ’69 Impala like me, you’re good to go. And if you’re running Vista? Well…you and I need to have a long chat about life, my friend.”

Actually, when fully updated Vista runs DX9 games just as well as Windows 7. A few actually run *better*. But I am glad to hear that we’re finally getting a cool mech game on the superior gaming platform.

Heru

On November 2, 2013 at 8:55 am

@psycros

I suppose people just hate on Vista still cause of the giant clusterfu*k is was when it first launched. After SP 2 it was a rock solid OS, if a little resource intensive for the time. I ran Vista for nearly 3 years without a reformat on my previous gaming PC, while with XP i’d have to reformat about once a year to maintain a decent level of performance.