Titanfall Uses Shared Cloud for Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC
All versions of Titanfall will take advantage of Azure.
Respawn Entertainment has been in the news lately for revealing that Titanfall will be exclusive to Xbox in its lifetime but that other games in the series will head to other consoles. Now, co-founder Vince Zampella is discussed issues related to Titanfall using the Xbox’s Cloud computing service, Azure. A fan recently tweeted Zampella about how statements were made about Titanfall being possible only on Xbox One because of the Cloud but that it was also on Xbox 360 and PC.
Zampella clarified that those platforms will use the Cloud as well and it will be Microsoft’s Azure service.
Titanfall will be using the Cloud to provide better AI, CPU processing power, dedicated servers and much more. Will it live up to expectations, especially with concerns that EA is rushing the game out? We’ll find out when it releases on March 11th 2014 in North America and March 14th 2014 in Europe. What are your thoughts on Titanfall using the Cloud on Xbox 360 and PC as well as Xbox One? Let us know below.