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Titanfall Frontline mobile game cancelled before its full launch
Just a few months ago, it was announced that the Titanfall console and PC sci-fi shooter series would be joined by a mobile game for Android and iOS called Titanfall Frontline. Now, the developers behind that game, Particle City, have revealed that it has been cancelled before its full launch.
In a post on the game’s official Facebook page, Particle City said they conducted a closed beta test of Titanfall Frontline. While it said that it had learned a great deal from that beta, it added that “in the end felt the experience wasn’t ready to deliver the intense action-packed gameplay synonymous with Titanfall.”
Titanfall Frontline was to be the first in a series of mobile games based on Respawn’s Titanfall series of shooters. In this case, Frontline would have been more of a card-based strategy game that would have allowed players to build their own decks so they could battle against other players online.
While this game may have been cancelled, that doesn’t mean we will never see a Titanfall game on Android. Particle City stated they plan to use some of the concepts of this cancelled game and use them in future, unannounced, Titanfall mobile titles.
This cancellation comes a few months after Titanfall 2, the next game in the main franchise, was released for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC platforms. While the game got mostly positive reviews, its sales have been below expectations.