15 to 20-million, you say? Does Microsoft even have that many Xbox One units currently waiting to be bought in stores or out there roaming the wilds inside peoples' homes? I very much doubt that will be the case. Sony probably doesn't even have that many PlayStation 4s in production yet. The sales figures for Titanfall may very well help boost the Xbox One's numbers in some capacity, but you also have to account for the other platforms the game is heading to.
Both the Xbox 360 and PC will see Titanfall land in their midst. If you own one or all three systems, it's up to the consumer to buy the game where they will. At this point more people have Xbox 360s than they do Xbox One. And even more people have PCs. But, naturally not everyone who owns an Xbox One or any of these particular platforms has their heart set out on playing the game. While the game has the potential to be a strong seller, it's highly doubtful that your vision of the future will come true.
Secondly, if I really wanted to play Titanfall, I have a 360 and a laptop more then capable of running it. I just don't see any innovation not to mention all those bots pretty much defeats the purpouse of online multiplayer.
Well halo is regarded as the best game of all time, it was a system seller. I understand, since ps4 is not capable of running titanfall due to its inferior servers and controller, its not a reason to bash it. Just buy an xbox one, or trade your ps4s in for one. We all know 50-75% of current ps4 owners will be trading theirs in for x1, so dont delay the enivadble.