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The Art of Titanfall 2 Hardcover – 28 Oct 2016

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Product details

  • Hardcover: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Titan Books; 01 edition (28 Oct. 2016)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1785653695
  • ISBN-13: 978-1785653698
  • Product Dimensions: 23.9 x 2 x 31 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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"Need a closer look at Titans BT-7274, Bison, Legion, Northstar, Scorch, Ronin and Tone? This book has it." -Retrenders
The Art of Titanfall 2 is a great book for fans of the franchise, but also for those of you who appreciate the creative process that goes into making a AAA title -Entertainment Buddha
Art books like this one are a shining example of the wealth of used and unused artwork that make the games we play possible. -Gaming Trend
Really well thought out and oddly beautiful -Aint It Cool News"

Beautiful artwork and a hyper level attention to detail make this more than just an art book, but a doorway into the minds of the developers that help bring the games we love to play, to life. -Xbox Addict
"Need a closer look at Titans BT-7274, Bison, Legion, Northstar, Scorch, Ronin and Tone? This book has it." -Retrenders
The Art of Titanfall 2 is a great book for fans of the franchise, but also for those of you who appreciate the creative process that goes into making a AAA title -Entertainment Buddha
Art books like this one are a shining example of the wealth of used and unused artwork that make the games we play possible. -Gaming Trend
Really well thought out and oddly beautiful -Aint It Cool News"

"Beautiful artwork and a hyper level attention to detail make this more than just an art book, but a doorway into the minds of the developers that help bring the games we love to play, to life." - Xbox Addict

"Need a closer look at Titans BT-7274, Bison, Legion, Northstar, Scorch, Ronin and Tone? This book has it." - Retrenders

"The Art of Titanfall 2 is a great book for fans of the franchise, but also for those of you who appreciate the creative process that goes into making a AAA title" - Entertainment Buddha

"Art books like this one are a shining example of the wealth of used and unused artwork that make the games we play possible." - Gaming Trend

"Really well thought out and oddly beautiful" - Aint It Cool News

About the Author

Andy McVittie has worked in the video games industry for more than twenty years and has written, edited and published such newsstand titles as Mean Machines, Nintendo Official Magazine and PlayStation Plus. He is co-director of media agency Unlikely Hero Limited, whose client list features Microsoft, and BBC Worldwide. He has authored several gaming books including The Art of Titanfall, and The Art of Rise of the Tomb Raider.


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Excellent book!
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This book is absolutely incredible for any fans of the Titanfall series. It has plenty of detailed artwork and detailed descriptions on the process that went into each map, player and weapon animation and creation

The book is not very heavy, and is huge so you can enjoy all the artwork without difficulty
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Has a good balance of concept art vs game renders, with good representation of the Titans, technology and environments that are the bread and butter of the games art design. Only minor nitpick would be that id like to have seen more of the physical Marquette's (or even better a book on the methods used to produce them).
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one of best art of book. amazing
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brilliant thank you
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