A website with the URL yourtitanisready.com has announced that Respawn and the visual effects studio Playfight, which made the Call of Duty live-action short Operation Kingfish, “have teamed up to bring you original content set within the vast expanse of the Titanfall universe.”
The site features a clock that’s counting back to Titanfall’s launch, when a teaser trailer should unlock. Several Playfight team members also said on Twitter that they are heading to Austin for SXSW, teasing a Titanfall announcement.
Respawn and Electronic Arts have yet to confirm if the website is officially tied to Titanfall, and it’s also suspicious that it’s registered in Panama, so you should take all of this with a grain of salt.
Gaikai had already put out concept images for their upcoming game-streaming service PlayStation Now but now the site has updated to reveal potential prices for some of the games on offer.
Far Cry 3 would cost $5.99 and Uncharted 3 would retail for $4.99 while The Last of Us will cost $49.99. This shouldn’t be taken as official confirmation of prices – it’s more than likely that these are placeholder prices.
PlayStation Now is currently in the beta stage and will release this Summer.
Highstreet entertainment retailer HMV is to exit the pre-owned video games market, it has been confirmed to VideoGamer.com after first being reported by Frugal Gaming.
All pre-owned video games will be marked for clearance beginning today with a discount of 70 per cent on all stock.
The discounts should see used PS4 and Xbox One titles being sold for under £15 – if you can find stock.