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Thursday, September 4, 2014


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Titanfall will receive update six on Xbox one and PC tomorrow, developer Respawn Entertainment revealed on Twitter today, introducing new game mode Pilot Skirmish and the permanency of the Marked for Death mode.
Pilot Skirmish removes the AI non-playable characters and Titans and increases the player count to 16 people with two teams of eight. Marked for Death mode, where one pilot from each team becomes the target for a limited period of time, is now a permanent game mode and won’t be replaced by another.
Update six sees the integration of three colorblind options, including protanopia, deuteranopia and tritanopia. As previously outlined, the update also features a slew of new changes to the burn card economy, bug fixes and game balances.
Respawn plans to roll out Titanfall’s third DLC pack IMC Rising in the near future. In the meantime, up your Titan piloting skills by checking out our Titanfall Wiki Guide. 


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