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The main reason i don't think it completely matters at this point is because devs haven't reached the potential of what the system can do. IT's really the same with all new systems. Like, for example, look at some of the first wave 360 games. They're
pretty bad compared to games released recently, both are probably 720p but the difference is huge. It'll be awhile before people really ooh and aah I think.
From what I could find, it'll either be 720p @ 60fps, or upscaled to 1080p. (Anyone with more knowledge than me, please feel free to correct me)
If it is 720p then it will be upscaled to 1080p.
There is no official word on the final resolution of Titanfall. They may bump it up to 900p or whatever they feel they can squeeze out of it for all we know. A lot of speculation has been made but nothing concrete.
All I know of, and care about, is that it looks like a blast to play and will still look incredible. Regardless of its resolution.
Worry less about a games resolution and worry more about whether the game is fun or not.
the only thing Respawn and EA need to be worried about .. or rather the main thing they need to worry about is making sure the servers are ready and capable. they can not release this game with shatty servers.