Another Killer of CoD
Titanfall, that was released by the company Respawn Entertainment, is very popular among the gaming community worldwide.
Titanfall is a new first-person shooter, with a completely new principle of walking, running and climbing. And on top of that, players will be able to use the Titans.
Without a doubt, Call of Duty, is an icon of the gaming industry, it is an incredibly powerful franchise. For this reason, people are buying new version of COD every year, because it is – Call of Duty.
Call of Duty is a game focused primarily on the mass market. It attracts both casual, professional, and hardcore players. In Call of Duty everyone can find for himself something interesting, regardless of whether you play in your spare time, after school or work or on a competitive basis.
Casual players who do not want to go into complex details as the creation of a class, and the rest of the Perks configuration of Call of Duty, primarily attracts accessible and direct nature of this series of games. On the other hand, hardcore and professional players use a lot of additional features and configurations to increase the effectiveness of the game.
CoD for casuals
According to Mark Rubin of Infinity Ward, in fact most of the players of Call of Duty – casual players, so simple ( ‘pick up and play’) nature of the game is still popular in the mass market. However, we expect that many of our readers are not just casual players, so we hope to see a different future of Call of Duty.
Marc Rubin also said: “A huge number of our players are more in the casual gaming space, but nevertheless they played a lot.” – “It may sound a bit strange, because they are not a hardcore gamer or just gamers, but playing Call of Duty almost every night.”
The game Call of Duty has a very simple approach and has a “proven formula“, which continues to attract players. That is why it up and continue to be sold in large numbers for many years.
Given the above, we note that the game Titanfall, will have undoubtedly a great future.
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