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Default Titanfall on PCs will soon support 4K and NVIDIA's latest graphics tricks

Many gamers already argue that the PC version of Titanfall is the best-looking of the bunch. Pretty soon, though, it won't even be a contest. Respawn plans to update its robotic shooter to handle both 4K displays as well as a host of technology from...
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