Titanfall won't launch with mod support

Respawn says it "will have to evaluate after launch."  

Highly anticipated mech-based shooter Titanall won't launch with mod tools upon its 11th March release on PC, Xbox One and Xbox 360, developer Respawn has confirmed.

Studio co-founder and Call of Duty co-creator Vince Zampella revealed this omission on Twitter where upon being asked if the PC version of Titanfall would come with mod tools, the developer replied, "Not at launch for sure."

All is not lost, however as Zampella added that the studio "will have to evaluate after launch." Fingers crossed.

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