Titanfall, of course is the hotly anticipated game from Respawn Studios, who's core team led the mass exodus from Activision's Infinity Ward when Call of Duty reached it's critacl height. The game is coming to Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC. It's about a month away and no one has seen this game running on anything other than a PC. So from what I gather, a ton of the combatants will be AI driven and on the Xbox One, all of that processing will be done in the cloud. I don't know if the 360 is going to have that luxury. These will be bots that run on code on the disc. Will this fundamentally change how the game runs? Respawn is finishing the XB1 version now, but the 360 version was outsourced to Bluepoint Studios. The fine folks that did the HD versions of The God of War Collection and Ico and Shadow of the Collossus HD Collection... But all the code was identical. The XB1 and 360 versions have to be fundamentally different. Anybody else concerned?