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Will Titanfall sustain popularity on the PC platform?

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User Info: TheEntitledOne

3 years ago#1
I don't know why, but I have a feeling it won't.

No server browser, looks dated, and I'm sure gameplay will become broken quickly.
Not to mention I don't think bots + people goes over well for me (In an fps. DOTA is fine)
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User Info: Th1rte3n

3 years ago#2
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User Info: SuigintouEV

3 years ago#3
Sure, if this were 2003 and it was hot off the heals of CS
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User Info: jake-sf

3 years ago#4
I don't even know why games like these release on PC. I don't even know why this forum even talks about it. Its irrelevant to any true PC gamers.

User Info: LazyyAmerican

3 years ago#5
No server browser...Well that's completely terrible.
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User Info: furygods

3 years ago#6
It will sustain enough popularity for what I estimated for 1 year.
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User Info: TheWarhammeronl

3 years ago#7
I think it'll be pretty active for awhile.
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User Info: TheEntitledOne

3 years ago#8
I mean, I have quake live, TF2, and CS:GO that I've played for a while, plus I've just picked up Hawken, so I've no need for more fps. I've been PC gaming for a while and it just feels like it's going to die off on PC quickly, whereas I feel it will be a hit on consoles.
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User Info: SampsonM

3 years ago#9
I have an expensive gaming PC and an Xbox One.

I'm getting for the Xbox One because I think the community will be larger for a longer period of time.

I think that gives you your answer.
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User Info: cynicwithin2000

3 years ago#10
Don't know, don't care. It's fun to play. When it is no longer fun to play, I won't play it again. Who cares if it is some super-leet competitive fps. Look at CS. That is pretty much considered the epitome of competitive fps on pc right now and it's one of the more boring games I've ever played. I find it hilarious that people still care about competitive fps games anymore. I guess that they just like hiding in corners for entire games trying to get a couple kills. Personally, I'll take fun over that crap any day of the week. But, then again, I don't define myself by my kdr in video games like most teens and twenty-somethings these days.
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