Call down your Titan and get ready for an exciting first-person combat experience in Titanfall 2®! The sequel introduces a new single player campaign, where you can delve into the unique bond between Pilot and Titan.Read full description
Pilot and Titan Unite
Call down your Titan and get ready for an exciting first-person combat experience in Titanfall 2®! The sequel introduces a new single player campaign, where you can delve into the unique bond between Pilot and Titan. Or blast your way through an even more innovative and intense multiplayer experience - featuring 6 new Titans, deadly new Pilot abilities, expanded customization, new maps, modes, and much more.
Titanfall 2 features a single-player campaign packed with action and inventive twists. Play as a Militia rifleman stranded behind enemy lines, who encounters a veteran Vanguard-class Titan. The two must work together to uphold a mission they were never meant to carry out.
The sequel gives players more of the multiplayer combat they've come to expect from the franchise. Take the first-person action to the next level with more Titans, more abilities and deadlier technology. And be sure to stand out in the middle of all the chaos with new, expanded Pilot, Titan and loadout customization options!
Everything's better with friends - including all-out, Frontier-style warfare. Titanfall 2 introduces Networks, the social tissue for the game that makes experiencing all the heart-pounding action with old friends, and new, fast and easy. Whether you prefer Social or Competitive play, you'll be able to create or join the perfect Network to suit you and your crew.
Gamespot - 9/10 - "Titanfall 2 feels like the game Respawn should have made in 2013. It's a fantastic sequel. It's a fluid shooter. Its a spectacular game."
Gamesradar+ - 4.5/5 - "Titanfall 2 might well be this year's best surprise."
Gameinformer - 9.5/10 - "For first-person shooter fans, Titanfall 2 is a must play."
Titanfall was a breakout hit, developed by Respawn Entertainment, the release of Titanfall influenced the rest of the industry to pivot around their brand new ideas for traversal in a traditional multiplayer shooter. Titanfall 2 brings it back a slight notch, with more Titans (Giant Robots) falling into the fray so that in the middle of deadly skirmishes, you can call upon a hulking, giant piece of metal to squish your foes with.
Another new addition to Titanfall 2 includes a full campaign mode, which was not present in the original game. Hone your skills in the single-player modes and then take the fight to the world in Titanfall 2's online multiplayer modes. It's pretty much a must-have even if you're remotely into big robots punching things to death. I know for me it's a dead cert!
Titanfall 2 is dropping soon, so we took a look at what to expect for the single player gameplay and what are the new features for both Titan and Pilot.
Titanfall 2 includes a campaign, something that was missing from the first game. The middle of the single player campaign has two excellent levels that work perfectly with the game's mechanics, and that are both the longest levels in the game. The opening levels are pretty standard though still enjoyable as is one of the levels after the two better ones, and the last three levels are uninteresting due to the stage design and the boring Titan combat against enemy AI. The story and characters themselves are dull and collectibles do nothing and are just busy work that add nothing but it the high moments are some of the best in any FPS. The multiplayer is very good with a variety of modes and ways to customize your character look, weapons, and giving you different abilities to move around the map or to detect and attack enemies. The extra content being free is also a good bonus.
It's a real shame that EA chose to give Titanfall 2 little room to grow, releasing a week after Battlefield 1 with little fanfare or marketing. It's a real shame because the player base has now suffered for it undeservedly. This game needs more players because it is simply marvellous, and if you're ever thinking of getting it- stop reading and buy it now! The gameplay is fast- really fast. It's non-stop balls-to-the-wall action with speed boosting, wall-running and double-jumping that'll get that adrenaline pumping. The speed makes it so much more satisfying to be hitting your shots, with a wide selection of well-balanced weaponry and gadgets that cater to any particular FPS playstyle you're comfortable with. You can then shake the pacing up when you call in your titan, putting you in control of a lumbering juggernaut of awesome destructive power, with its own set of meaningful customization options as well. If multiplayer is not your thing, the single-player campaign is also very good! It's certainly a sight for sore eyes these days, as many shooter offline offerings are plagued with boring and uninspired encounters strung along by an uninteresting story. Titanfall 2 is anything but! There are very creative combat sequences in a 6-8 hour thrill ride, with interesting world-building and fun incorporation of all the loadout options seen in the multiplayer. What are you waiting for? Stand by for Titanfall!
When you think of First Person Shooters the first game that pops into your head is Call of Duty, or maybe one of the other 1000 games like it. The good news is, you don't need them anymore because Titanfall has perfected the genre. Not only is the gameplay satisfying, the game runs well on most systems, has an immersive ranking experience that keeps you coming back, and even has a single player experience that makes you feel like the best in the world. If you are in the market for a First Person multiplayer game where individual skill matters, and you get to drive huge Robot War Machines, then Titanfall is your new love. The only downside to this game is the limited player-base. Whether due to the amount of new games being released, or simply the poor marketing of Titanfall as a franchise, there seems to be a lull in active players during non "prime-times." This is in no-way representative of the game itself, but more likely a result of EA and Origin's involvement. Overall: The best multiplayer FPS Shooter experience on PC, a must-buy for anyone that loves adrenaline pumping action.
I chose to pick this up, and I had to choose between this and the new Call of Duty. I'm glad I picked this up, because the campaign was incredibly fun. I don't go in much for the multiplayer of these games, but the single player provides a rollercoaster of fun as they are the best in the genre, typically. TF2 uses its titans and very acrobatic movement to make a really unique feeling game. The levels are designed with these things in mind, not just at the beginning. You get better and better at wall-running and using your titan, you can chain together some amazing moves. I hate having to sit and duck behind walls all the time in shooters, so being able to wall-run and slide up to my enemies with a shotgun was pretty glorious and felt really badass.
I kinda liked the first Titanfall, and I was among those, who didn't think it was a huge problem not to include a Single player campaign for it. Of course I didn't know it could be a single player campaign like this! This was the best experience I had in an FPS for quite a while. Not even HL2 kept me glued to it like this, it's not to be missed! The multiplayer part works fine as well, it was also improved over it's predecessor, but for me the single part stole the show.
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