Respawn Entertainment, the development company founded by Call of Duty studio Infinity Ward founders Jason West and Vince Zampella, may have made their way into the news with their newest game sooner than they expected. The first bits of information about their debut game have been exposed saying that it will be multiplayer focuses and a Xbox 720 exclusive at this time and could have a version released for the current Xbox 360. No word has been made about the game being made for PlayStation or Nintendo.

The game is said to be a multiplayer shooter, which coming from the studio that made Call of Duty does not come as a surprise. The game has been described as a battle of Davids vs Goliaths. The game will be published by Electronic Arts. Further information about the game having a single player component has not been confirmed.  A recent trademard filed by Respawn Entertainment claims the name “Titan” which may be the title of the first game but that is just speculation.Kotaku writes,

“The Davids are heavily armed foot soldiers. The Goliaths are giant exoskeletons–Titans–that these soldiers can pilot. These Titans are big, mech-style walkers that move with an agility not seen in games like Mechwarrior or Steel Battalion.”

While Electronic Arts is publishing the game is not being developed on Frostbite but instead using a modified version of Valve’s Source engine.

No official announcement for the game has been made by Respawn Entertainment, however, being an Xbox 720/360 exclusive we may not have a long wait for it’s reveal. Should it not make an appearance at the Microsoft reveal on May 21, Zampella did say “I have no intention of showing up empty-handed!” when talking about Respawn Entertainment being at E3.

Source: GameSpot

 

 

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