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In a new video for Titanfall, the devs at Respawn Entertainment offer up tips, tricks, and strategies for how future Titanfall players can get the most out of the game’s wild level of verticality and jump-jet mobility.

Perhaps the biggest challenge new players face when first getting into Titanfall is shedding the two-dimensional approach they’ve cultivated through years of more standard first-person shooters and learning to think three-dimensionally. “There’s a tendency for new players to Titanfall to kind of just stay in cover and do the whack-a-mole thing and kind of exchange fire and stuff,” lead artist Joel Emslie says in the video.

The video (embedded below), comes just in time for the Titanfall closed beta, which kicks off tomorrow and lasts through February 19. Registration for the beta remains open to PC and Xbox One players.

Titanfall launches in full March 11 on PC and Xbox One, March 25 in North America.

Titanfall devs offer tips and tricks for using the jump kits and navigating maps

By | 02/13/2014 04:30 PM PT

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In a new video for Titanfall, the devs at Respawn Entertainment offer up tips, tricks, and strategies for how future Titanfall players can get the most out of the game’s wild level of verticality and jump-jet mobility.

Perhaps the biggest challenge new players face when first getting into Titanfall is shedding the two-dimensional approach they’ve cultivated through years of more standard first-person shooters and learning to think three-dimensionally. “There’s a tendency for new players to Titanfall to kind of just stay in cover and do the whack-a-mole thing and kind of exchange fire and stuff,” lead artist Joel Emslie says in the video.

The video (embedded below), comes just in time for the Titanfall closed beta, which kicks off tomorrow and lasts through February 19. Registration for the beta remains open to PC and Xbox One players.

Titanfall launches in full March 11 on PC and Xbox One, March 25 in North America.

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