Based on Valve’s Source engine, the studio is apparently focused only on Microsoft consoles.
Kotaku recently revealed a large number of details for the upcoming Respawn Entertainment’s first game, which earlier trademarks indicate is named “Titan”. From the maker(s) of Call of Duty, the is reportedly a sci-fi shooter that will feature futuristic soldiers piloting giant exoskeletons (thus the Titans of the title).
Now here’s where it get’s interesting: Apparently, according to sources, Titan will only be running on Microsoft hardware and that means only coming to the Xbox. The game is apparently running on a modified Source engine (the same engine Valve uses), and though it looks good, can’t quite compare to EA’s Battlefield 4.
As of now, it seems that Respawn is working on an Xbox 720 version of the game and is looking for a studio to developer the Xbox 360 edition.
These are all rumours, remember, just like the always online nature of the Xbox 720. Microsoft will reveal more on May 21st but we may not see hints of game announcements until E3 2013. Heck, maybe even later. But Respawn’s Titan will definitely be at at E3 2013.