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Titanfall developer Respawn Entertainment has shared its plans for the game’s future updates, promising to increase the “update tempo.”

“Now that we are transitioning from making the game to supporting it, one of the many things I want to improve is what I call our ‘update tempo’ – not just accelerating how often we update the game, but also improving our frequency and quality of communication about those updates with the community,” game director Steve Fukuda wrote.

First the team plans to “tend the garden and keep the weeds out.” This involves making changes to the current game rather than adding new features, such as the recent tweak to the “Gooser” challenge. Next comes “convenience features,” which will include the ability to rename custom loadouts, a way to filter challenges, and the option to view the scoreboard in your Last Match Summary.

The there are “infrastructural features,” such as the recent addition of private matches. Future updates will add the first wave of private match options. Finally, future feature updates include new Burn Cards and Titan “Nose Art” Insignias that can be used to customize Titans.

“Our plans for supporting Titanfall are simple. We’ll keep you better informed between updates, and we’ll deliver free updates to you on a regular basis,” Fukuda concluded. “We are constantly tweaking our support plans in response to your feedback, and although we cannot promise everything requested will go through, we are listening. Thanks again for playing Titanfall, and keep the feedback coming!”

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Respawn Entertainment details Titanfall update plans

By Matthew Bennett | 04/16/2014 06:29 AM PT

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Titanfall developer Respawn Entertainment has shared its plans for the game’s future updates, promising to increase the “update tempo.”

“Now that we are transitioning from making the game to supporting it, one of the many things I want to improve is what I call our ‘update tempo’ – not just accelerating how often we update the game, but also improving our frequency and quality of communication about those updates with the community,” game director Steve Fukuda wrote.

First the team plans to “tend the garden and keep the weeds out.” This involves making changes to the current game rather than adding new features, such as the recent tweak to the “Gooser” challenge. Next comes “convenience features,” which will include the ability to rename custom loadouts, a way to filter challenges, and the option to view the scoreboard in your Last Match Summary.

The there are “infrastructural features,” such as the recent addition of private matches. Future updates will add the first wave of private match options. Finally, future feature updates include new Burn Cards and Titan “Nose Art” Insignias that can be used to customize Titans.

“Our plans for supporting Titanfall are simple. We’ll keep you better informed between updates, and we’ll deliver free updates to you on a regular basis,” Fukuda concluded. “We are constantly tweaking our support plans in response to your feedback, and although we cannot promise everything requested will go through, we are listening. Thanks again for playing Titanfall, and keep the feedback coming!”

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89