Titanfall Mobile Game Dies Before It Truly Lived 

Remember the mobile collectible card game Titanfall spin-off we told you about back in September? Well, forget it. It's dead. Titanfall: Frontline is cancelled, it's closed beta shutting down next week. Why? Seems like it just didn't have that Titanfall zest.

Or at least that's what it sounds like what is being said in the message on the Frontline Facebook page. Somehow Nexon and developer Particle City were having trouble communicating the action-packed feel of Titanfall in a mobile card strategy joint. It happens.

It is our goal to create the best Titanfall mobile games that showcase the fast-paced action, mobility and, of course, the power of Titans in this iconic series. We've learned an incredible amount in the beta test of Titanfall: Frontline, but in the end felt the experience wasn't ready to deliver the intense action-packed gameplay synonymous with Titanfall. While it's never easy to cancel a game, we're excited to take some of the concepts we saw resonate with players and build off of them in future Titanfall mobile games. Titanfall: Frontline's closed beta will be winding down in the next few days, and servers will go offline on January 20, 2017.

Despite the failure of Titanfall: Frontline, the multi-year partnership between Titanfall developer Respawn Entertainment, publisher Nexon and mobile developer Particle City (co-founded by Respawn's own Vince Zampella) remains intact, so expect more stabs at mobile Titanfall in the future.


    Why don't they just start from scratch again? I'm not gonna lie, I never heard this about this game until now but it did look pretty cool. I really hate hearing about games being cancelled, I hope the next mobile can be good.

    Nexon having problems communicating? You don't say...

    Realistically Nexon is one of the few companies I refuse to deal with because they are simply not interested in reality and live in their own fantasy world. Few years back they could not successfully communicate with Valve about missing charges between their precious MMOs and my Steam account despite me and Steam Support presenting them with screenshots, statements and transactions ID. So they adopted a solution that works for them and not for me, the client...

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