A Trifecta of Titanfall Tidings


Call of Duty fans, Infinity Ward groupies, Respawn supporters, and Titanfall junkies are in for some amazing news today. Three, count’em, three amazing bits of information have come out today. First-off, the release date has been announced for Titanfall!

Titanfall will be launching on March 11th, 2013 in North Amercia, and March 13th, 2013 in Europe, on the Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC. Finally, Titanfall fans can rest easy knowing which day they’ll be calling in sick to work, skipping school, or faking their death.

Also, Respawn has released a brand-new launch trailer announcing the release date. If this doesn’t get you hyped about the trailer, nothing will:

And last, but definitely not least (it’s EXPENSIVE): The collector’s edition of Titanfall has also been announced. The collector’s edition has the same release date in the respective territories, and comes with a bunch of goodies.

The Titanfall Collector’s Edition is a must-have for the true Titanfall fan. Available for XBOX ONE, Xbox 30 and PC, the Collector’s Edition is available in very limited quantities and is the ultimate way to experience what Gamespot calls “The Spiritual Successor to Call of Duty”.

Collector’s Edition Includes:

  • Exclusive collectible 18” Titan statue, handcrafted from over 300 individual parts and featuring battery-powered LED lighting
  • Full-size, hardcover art book featuring over 190 pages of rare concept art
  • Exclusive full-size schematic poster of the Atlas Titan
  • Titanfall Game – Introducing the experience that combines fast-paced multiplayer action with dramatic, cinematic moments lets you enjoy the fiction of the universe without having to leave your favorite game mode




Respawn was also intuitive enough to include a handy-dandy FAQ for the collector’s edition:

Collector’s Edition FAQ

What is included with the Collector’s Edition?
An exclusive, individually numbered 18” titan statue, handcrafted and assembled with over 300 individual parts and battery-powered LED lighting. Also included is a full-size, hard cover art book featuring over 190 pages of rare concept art, an exclusive schematic poster of the Atlas titan, and a copy of the Titanfall game.

Where can I buy a copy of the Collector’s Edition?
At participating retailers. Please see www.titanfall.com/buy for a list of retailers.

Is the Collector’s Edition available for all formats?
The Titanfall Collector’s Edition will be available for Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC in very limited quantities.

Can I upgrade my standard Edition pre-order to the Collector’s Edition?
Depending on the retailer you pre-ordered Titanfall standard edition from, you might be able to upgrade your current pre-order to the Collector’s Edition. Please contact your retailer for more information.

Will the Collector’s Edition include Titanfall DLC content?
The Titanfall Collector’s Edition will not include DLC content. If DLC content is offered for Titanfall, it will be offered separately.

Will the Collector’s Edition also include the Pre-order incentives?
Select retailers will offer a pre-order incentive. Please see www.titanfall.com/buy to check if your preferred retailer is offering a pre-order incentive.

Can I pick up my Collector’s Edition at midnight release events?
You will need to verify if your retailer of choice is offering the option for in store pickup and if they will offer a midnight release.

What are the full dimensions of the 18” hand-crafted titan statue?
The Titan statue is 18’’ tall with a 16” x 16” base.

How many pages will the Collector’s Edition art book include?
The Titanfall Collector’s Edition art book will include 192, full color pages.

What size are the pages within the Collector’s Edition art book?
The Titanfall Collector’s Edition art book will have 9″ x 11.85″ pages.


Even with all of this mudslide of virtual information, it will be interesting to see the sales of the Titanfall Collector’s Edition. As collector’s editions go, this one is looking to be one of the priciest ones out there. Are you in or out? Let us know in the comments below.