(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Respawn’s first-person shooter multiplayer game is finally available after months of anxiously awaiting Titanfall’s release.
Titanfall was launched at the SXSW event in Austin, TX, late Monday night where developers answered fan Q&As and did walkthroughs of the new maps in the game, according to PCMag.
A live-stream of the event was also available on Twitch for those who couldn’t make it to SXSW, as well as midnight openings at certain retailers across the U.S.
In order to prepare for Titanfall‘s release, Microsoft launched its “most significant” update earlier this month for the Xbox One, and update that “improved matchmaking, party chat and friends features that will make gaming on Xbox One an experience like no other.”
Users can purchase the Standard Edition of Titanfall for the Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC for $59.99 and a Deluxe Edition for $79.99, which includes three new content packs and a Titanfall Season Pass.
The Collectors’ Edition comes with a 18-inch Titan statue, hardcover book, Atlas Titan poster, and the game for $249.99.
Additionally, Microsoft is offering a Titanfall bundle for $500 that includes the Xbox One console, a digital download of the game, Kinect sensor, wireless controller, chat headset, and a month subscription to Xbox Live Gold.