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Titanfall's four-player co-op mode now available on PC and Xbox One in new update

Titanfall developer Respawn Entertainment released Content Update 8 today, adding a new four-player co-op mode to the shooter along with a host of additional features, the studio announced on Twitter.

Respawn noted that Content Update 8 is currently available only for the Windows PC and Xbox One versions of Titanfall. The Xbox 360 version will get it later because it is developed by Bluepoint Games, not in-house at Respawn.

The free update, which Respawn announced yesterday in a Twitch livestream, is highlighted by the addition of a four-player co-op mode called Frontier Defense. Content Update 8 also marks the debut of Ranked Play, and includes additional features such as a fullscreen mini-map; a new scoring system with three stars to earn for every mode on every map; and a long list of bug fixes. Two other new modes, Deadly Ground and Marked for Death Pro, will be released Nov. 5 and Nov. 26, respectively.

For more on Content Update 8, check out the blog post from Respawn.

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