The Final Hours of Titanfall for Windows 8 gives you a behind-the-scenes look at the game

The Final Hours of Titanfall

Have you been loving Titanfall on the Xbox One, PC or Xbox 360? We have and that’s why we’re pretty excited to check out The Final Hours of Titanfall for Windows 8. Unless you’re immersed in video game culture, you might not be too familiar with The Final Hours series. It comes from videogame journalist Geoff Keighley, in it he chronicles the development of many popular games. The Final Hours of Titanfall offers an in-depth and behind-the-scenes look at the creation of this generation’s most popular first-person shooter.

Think of this as part app and part interactive book. Here’s what you get with The Final House of Titanfall on Windows:

  • 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.

Final Hours of Titanfall

All of this is part of the 25,000 word longform app from Geoff Keighley, which took over 4 years to make. We’ve just installed and can’t wait to read this on our Surface 2 between Titanfall matches later tonight.

Any Titanfall fans thinking of picking this up? Download from the Windows Store for $1.99. It’s also available on the iPad and PC/Mac via Origin. Hit up the source link below for those download links.

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Reader comments

The Final Hours of Titanfall for Windows 8 gives you a behind-the-scenes look at the game


Will totally pick up! Darn when I first read the title (haven't heard of the app series before) I got happy we might see a lite version of Titanfall for Windows Store! Nevertheless this is something I'll really enjoy.

I got it and just finished reading through it and here's this: It's totally worth the $1.99. Writing is top notch and the app design is pretty incredible.

Weird. Where are you? I'm in the US, but another guy here at Mobile Nations had trouble installing it too...even though he's in the US. Maybe it's just rolling out?

I know that is not related to the article but it's important I just found a feature in IE 11 on WP 8.1 it's that you can go back if you swipe from left to right

I got this for my Surface RT and Windows 8.1 machines.  Absolutely worth the $1.99.  It's like an interactive book / flash demo.  Note that you should get it with a touchscreen as some things don't work with a mouse (AFAIK).