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Respawn Entertainment and K’Nex Brands are teaming up to release a line of Titanfall-inspired K’nex sets, the companies announced today.

K’nex will show some of the Titanfall building sets at the New York Toy Fair February 16 through February 19. Sets will include pilots, Titan replicas, Spectres, and “other key elements from the game.”

Titanfall Building Sets from K’Nex will bring the exciting worlds to life in a new way,” president and CEO of K’nex Brands Michael Araten said in the press release. “Gamers and builders of all ages will have the opportunity to build the Titanfall Frontier right in their own homes. I can’t wait to see how fans will take their digital game skills and use them in the real world.”

It’s unknown whether Titanfall will remain exclusive to K’nex for the life of the title or will eventually be ported over to LEGO.

Titanfall itself launches on Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC March 11, 2014.

Respawn Entertainment Teaming Up with K’Nex to Release Titanfall Building Sets

By | 11/19/2013 02:32 PM PT

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Respawn Entertainment and K’Nex Brands are teaming up to release a line of Titanfall-inspired K’nex sets, the companies announced today.

K’nex will show some of the Titanfall building sets at the New York Toy Fair February 16 through February 19. Sets will include pilots, Titan replicas, Spectres, and “other key elements from the game.”

Titanfall Building Sets from K’Nex will bring the exciting worlds to life in a new way,” president and CEO of K’nex Brands Michael Araten said in the press release. “Gamers and builders of all ages will have the opportunity to build the Titanfall Frontier right in their own homes. I can’t wait to see how fans will take their digital game skills and use them in the real world.”

It’s unknown whether Titanfall will remain exclusive to K’nex for the life of the title or will eventually be ported over to LEGO.

Titanfall itself launches on Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC March 11, 2014.

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