We already knew Titanfall 2 was planned to launch some time close to Battlefield 1, but that window has now been narrowed down even more by EA's chief financial officer.
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During the 2016 edition of the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Technology Conference, EA's chief financial officer Blake Jorgensen revealed a rough release window for Respawn's mech-stomping shooter sequel, Titanfall 2.
According to DualShockers, Jorgensen mentioned that it’ll come out "roughly three weeks from Battlefield 1".
Battlefield 1 releases on October 21, so Titanfall 2 will release between the end of September and mid November.
EA already said both games would release in the same quarter - a period that runs from October to December - but now we can chop that window in half.
There's been a lot of chat surrounding the news, with some people saying they're unwilling to buy both shooters - especially with Call of Duty also battling for the attention of gamers just a little later - but EA have said previously they're not concerned about their shooters competing with each other, as they'll cater to different tastes.
Which, if any, will you be grabbing?