'Titanfall 2' Lego Models Deserve A Spot On Store Shelves; What We Know So Far
Developed by Respawn Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts, "Titanfall" received generally favorable reviews and won over 60 awards. Controlling mach-style titans and pilots. Moreover, the platform is a fast paced, continual multi-player first-person shooter video game that gained dominion for the past year.
This game was released last 2014 and later followed by "Titanfall 2" last 2016, which blends old school FPS game-play with some incredible ideas and level designs.Though it has been a couple of years since it was out, players could never get their eyes out of the game. Many are still there trying out stuffs, testing out the range on Scorch's Flame Core.
"Titanfall" is a talk in twitter wherein player shares their ideas and experiences of the game. Collector items are also available for people who rose to another level and couldn't just get enough with the game. It was even named as one of the ideal games of 2016, reports Polygon.
"Titanfall 2" Illuminated Pilot Bust which includes highly detailed and game accurate classic style bust which brings to life the daring Pilot Jack Cooper, the hero and main character of the highly anticipated Titanfall 2, featured in the new edition of the game. It also comes with the deadly accurate CAR submachine gun.
"Titanfall 2" Vanguard Pilot Helmet Replica, the iconic Titanfall Pilot helmet has been brought to life in this 1:1 full scale replica. BT-7274 - 10″ Scale Figure with Pilot Includes X016-A2 Titan weapon and spectacular likeness of BT-7274 Titan captured directly from in-game 3D models.
Marius Herrmann a 19-year-old German student worked on amazingly detailed models of Titans from Titanfall 2 which are made by LEGOS sparked gamers interest, reports Geek. Sad to say that for now these models are not available on store shelves and people are itching for these legos.
Since K'Nex already has the license, then that'll be a one big thing standing in the way of Lego "Titanfall" sets becoming a real thing. For such things to happen we have to muster up 10 000 votes and hope that Lego's review panel thinks they're worthy of boxing up Marius' designs.