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The debut title from Respawn Entertainment—the development studio founded by ex-Infinity Ward heads Vincent Zampella and Jason West—will be an Xbox 360 and next Xbox exclusive, Kotaku reports.

The gaming culture blog cites two “unrelated” sources familiar with the project. One source says Respawn’s shooter is a futuristic, sci-fi shooter with a heavy emphasis on multiplayer. The phrase kicked around by Kotaku’s source to describe battles was “of Davids and Goliaths.” Davids are described as armored infantry, while Goliaths sport robotic exoskeletons.

This certainly seems to jibe with Titan’s recently trademarked title, “Titan.”

Kotaku’s second source also claimed Titan would be an Xbox exclusive—both Xbox 360 and the next Xbox.

Respawn Entertainment will be at this year’s E3 in June. According to a Tweet from studio head Vincent Zampella, he has “no intention of showing up empty handed” to the show.

Check out Kotaku’s story for more details about Respawn’s Titan.

RUMOR: Respawn Entertainment Shooter a Next Xbox Exclusive

By | 04/29/2013 05:48 PM PT

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The debut title from Respawn Entertainment—the development studio founded by ex-Infinity Ward heads Vincent Zampella and Jason West—will be an Xbox 360 and next Xbox exclusive, Kotaku reports.

The gaming culture blog cites two “unrelated” sources familiar with the project. One source says Respawn’s shooter is a futuristic, sci-fi shooter with a heavy emphasis on multiplayer. The phrase kicked around by Kotaku’s source to describe battles was “of Davids and Goliaths.” Davids are described as armored infantry, while Goliaths sport robotic exoskeletons.

This certainly seems to jibe with Titan’s recently trademarked title, “Titan.”

Kotaku’s second source also claimed Titan would be an Xbox exclusive—both Xbox 360 and the next Xbox.

Respawn Entertainment will be at this year’s E3 in June. According to a Tweet from studio head Vincent Zampella, he has “no intention of showing up empty handed” to the show.

Check out Kotaku’s story for more details about Respawn’s Titan.

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