Titanfall Companion App for Windows 8, 10 Available for Download
Titanfall is an amazing game and if you have it on your PC, Xbox or PlayStation and you also have a Windows 8 tablet, why not make use of the recently released companion app? Find more details about it below.
Recently released on the Windows Store, the official Titanfall companion App for Windows 8 users is a must-have for true gamers. It comes with timely notifications with the latest information and updates to Titanfall, so you won’t have to follow the news, but just enjoy this specialized app. Besides this, you will get detail information on Titanfall characters, weapons, maps, modes and controls. But perhaps the coolest feature is the second-screen map feature, which brings a real-time interactive mini-map of the game you’re playing and also lets you see and track your teammates and where the action is. So, follow the link at the end of the article and make sure that you download it right away.
EA’s Titanfall app for Windows 8 now in the Store
Enhance your Titanfall™ experience with the Titanfall™ Companion App. Provides you with notifications for all of the latest info and updates to Titanfall™. Features rich intel about the history of the Titanfall™ universe, characters, weapons, maps, modes and controls. Now review your stats from anywhere including total kills, favorite weapons, time spent playing and more. Includes exciting features available when connected with your Xbox One Console. With the second-screen map feature, you have at your fingertips a full screen, real-time interactive mini-map of the game you’re playing. See and track your teammates and where the action is happening live and with the ability to zoom in and out to focus on key areas of the map. View the live scoreboard that updates in real-time as the game progresses. With Titanfall™ Companion App, you will have the ultimate Titanfall™ experience.
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