Titanfall is no longer an underdog in the world of online gaming. It was first released on 2014 and has made its own mark on players around the world. Titanfall managed to stand out among its contemporaries but it was missing something….a story mode that would make you feel connected to the virtual world you are playing.
For the new comers who aren’t able to play the game before, Titanfall is a multiplayer first-person shooter video game. Players control “pilots” and their mech-style Titans. In Titanfall 2, you will be put in the role of Jack Cooper, a lowly militia soldier who dreams to become a pilot with a Titan of his own (which was granted too soon than he expected) and met BT-7274 — or BT, a central titan. The game is more like the Empire Versus the Rebels. But unlike the first Titanfall, you can either chose to play a single-player or the multiplayer game.
The game is now even better than the first one, it’s well-tuned, the shooting fundamentals are more exciting with a beautiful sci-fi universe that you can explore. The story mode will definitely keep you on your chair with a maximum of 6 hours campaign of the game without any signs of boredom in sight.
Considering that Titanfall 2 has won the “Best Online Multiplayer” game award and was nominated for two other categories at the 2016 Game Critics Awards, that’s already enough to get you hyped to play the game and witness it yourself.
Aiming for redemption and to exceed the high expectation of fans, Titanfall 2 will finally be released this October 28. Developed by Respawn Entertainment, Titanfall 2 is the sequel of the 2014 game Titanfall. It will be available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
Check out the latest single-player display game trailer here:
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