The Human-Crushing Art Of Titanfall

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Hey, whaddya know. Titanfall, a good-lookin' game about giant mechs, was born from good-lookin' art showing giant mechs.

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The images you're seeing will be part of a book celebrating the game's art, due out later this month from Titan. You can grab it here. You can also see a flip through of the book from IGN below, which shows stuff like unannounced weapons and, um, giant monsters.

The artists whose work you're seeing below are Joel Emslie, Manuel Plank-Jorge, Matt Codd, Paul Christopher, Steve Burg, Todd Sue and Tu Bui.

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To see the larger pics in all their glory (or, if they’re big enough, so you can save them as wallpaper), click on the “expand” button in the bottom-right corner.

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conordalgarno
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The art book has loads of interesting bits in it that are seemingly ignored by this article - such as the presence of HUUUUUGE monsters roaming about. People are suggesting you could be fending off nature as well as the opposition.

Which would be awesome.