Features

  • Never-before-seen videos from early development versions of Titanfall.
  • Exclusive concept art from the first days of Respawn, detailing many of the abandoned concepts the team explored.
  • New details on how the gameplay of Titanfall changed and evolved during development.
  • Birth of a Titan: Find out how the art team "kitbashed" old model parts to create the 24-foot giant.

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Ratings and reviews

Average customer rating

4.0
11 ratings

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Justin · 4/19/2014
Reprehensible Presentation

The content is great, but why everything is 4:3 and not built to size up to the resolution of the device you are using is deplorable. This is obviously a lazy port, and everyone involved should be ashamed.

Brian · 4/16/2014
Good content, but doesn't feel like a Win 8 app

I really enjoy this, and the price is great. The app itself feels like a port of an iPad app, unfortunately. Content doesn't resize within snap mode (making multiple windows awkward), there's no text reflow, and it doesn't respect portrait mode! The aspect ratio isn't even 16:9, so it feels odd reading on a tablet. That said, it's a great story well told and has cool art. Hopefully the Final Hours apps will mature into proper, flexible, modern applications.

Eldon · 4/17/2014
Decent Start

This app is nice but on the beautiful Surface Pro 2 screen, I can't for the life off me figure out why this is not full screen in landscape. I bought it for the IPad as well and the developers certainly gave the Microsoft platform the short end of the stick. Aside from these shortcomings, the content and videos are great. Just wish the app was better designed for the Surface.

Anthony · 4/17/2014
Awesome appumentary!

This is a great story and a great interactive way to consume such rich content. Nice job!

Jeremy · 4/21/2014
Only needs one thing to be perfect...

...portrait mode. The app is an interactive book, and should be read like one. Great story!

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