Titanfall on PC Won't Require Windows 8, Arrives at the Same Time as Xbox Versions

The long awaited multiplayer shooter won't be affected by Microsoft exclusivity on PC

  Titanfall will appear on PC without any strings attached
Respawn Entertainment has confirmed that the PC edition of Titanfall will launch at the same time as the Xbox One and Xbox 360 versions, and that it won't require the Windows 8 operating system.

Respawn Entertainment has confirmed that the PC edition of Titanfall will launch at the same time as the Xbox One and Xbox 360 versions, and that it won't require the Windows 8 operating system.

Titanfall is set to debut next year and the game's publisher, EA, made a partnership with Microsoft to launch it on the Xbox One and Xbox 360, besides the PC.

Fearing that the partnership with Microsoft might have an impact on the PC edition, fans began to worry about potential delays or mandatory requirements.

That isn't the case, according to Respawn, which has confirmed to RPS that Titanfall will launch simultaneously for the PC, Xbox 360, and Xbox One on March 11 in North America and March 14 in Europe.

What's more, on the PC it won't have any mandatory requirements, such as the Windows 8 operating system.

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