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Respawn Entertainment is talking with Windows-to-Mac porting specialist Aspyr Media about bringing Titanfall to the Apple OS, according to studio co-founder Vince Zampella.

Fielding questions from fans on Twitter, as he is wont to do, Zampella was asked by one Torrey Berry whether there were “any talks of a Mac version coming soon.” In response, Zampella stated that his company is currently talking to Aspyr, and that “they should do it.”

To date, Aspyr has handled over 100 Mac ports, including Call of Duty games, numerous Star Wars titles, BioShock Infinite, and many more that I really shouldn’t list here to pad out a news story. Point is: They know what they’re doing when it comes to taking something built for Windows and getting it running on Mac OS.

Zampella mentioned an interest in a Mac version of Titanfall before (again on Twitter), in February, saying that he and the team “would like to see it happen” but it “would have to be after launch.”

Titanfall launched earlier this week on Xbox One and Windows PC, met with overwhelmingly positive critical acclaim and a 10/10 from EGM (read: me). Josh and I have been playing the Xbone version pretty much whenever an opportunity presents itself, so with relentless addiction.

The Xbox 360 version is slated to launch later this month, on March 25.

Respawn talking to port specialist Aspyr Media about bringing Titanfall to Macs

By | 03/13/2014 01:55 PM PT

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Respawn Entertainment is talking with Windows-to-Mac porting specialist Aspyr Media about bringing Titanfall to the Apple OS, according to studio co-founder Vince Zampella.

Fielding questions from fans on Twitter, as he is wont to do, Zampella was asked by one Torrey Berry whether there were “any talks of a Mac version coming soon.” In response, Zampella stated that his company is currently talking to Aspyr, and that “they should do it.”

To date, Aspyr has handled over 100 Mac ports, including Call of Duty games, numerous Star Wars titles, BioShock Infinite, and many more that I really shouldn’t list here to pad out a news story. Point is: They know what they’re doing when it comes to taking something built for Windows and getting it running on Mac OS.

Zampella mentioned an interest in a Mac version of Titanfall before (again on Twitter), in February, saying that he and the team “would like to see it happen” but it “would have to be after launch.”

Titanfall launched earlier this week on Xbox One and Windows PC, met with overwhelmingly positive critical acclaim and a 10/10 from EGM (read: me). Josh and I have been playing the Xbone version pretty much whenever an opportunity presents itself, so with relentless addiction.

The Xbox 360 version is slated to launch later this month, on March 25.

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