EA and Microsoft have launched a batch of official apps for Titanfall, the popular next-gen first person shooter (FPS) game. The companion app – available on Android, iOS, Windows 8 and Windows Phone – keeps players up-to-date with everything Titanfall when not at the gamepad and enjoying the destructive power of their titan.
Content included in the Titanfall app includes rich intel about the history of the Titanfall universe, along with characters, weapons, maps, modes and even controls. Basically, this app will prove to become the bible of everything to do with the game. Not only is it an interactive encyclopaedia, but EA have also made it so players can check their statistics, enabling them to boast about total kills, favorite weapons, time spent playing and more.
Don't think it's just for when you're away from the console, however. Titanfall fans will be able to take advantage of features available when connected to an Xbox One console, really amping up the companion app experience. There's a second-screen map, perfect for giving players an interactive edge over the action on the battlefield. This map also makes it easy to see and track teammates, zooming inn on key areas of the map.
Some really neat functionality is included in the companion app, which we're sure many of you Titanfall fans will appreciate.
- Download Titanfall Companion App (Windows 8, 710 MB)
- Download Titanfall Companion App (Windows Phone, 710 MB)
Thanks, meandu229 and Mohamed A, for the tips!
Update: For reasons unknown, the Windows 8 version of the TitanFall Companion is no longer available for download. We aren't sure as to the "why" and if we find out more information on the Windows version of the Companion app, well pass it on. The Windows Phone 8 version is still available for download.
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