Titanfall 2 will soon get new maps, new Titan,s and other cool features

jayar.decenella@gmail.com' By: Jay Decenella
2 minute read

Respawn Entertainment is planning to release fresh content for Titanfall 2 over the next two months, including four additional multiplayer maps and a new Titan. The developer also aims to roll out other updates to the first-person shooter between April and June.

On its website, Respawn offers a sneak peek at what gamers should soon expect:

  • Two more general multiplayer maps
  • Two more Live Fire Maps
  • A new Titan
  • Two more purchasable Prime Titans: Ronin and Tone

Other minor updates that should improve existing features of the game will arrive before July of this year, including:

  • Gen cap increase to 100
  • Expanded Private Match settings including the addition of Live Fire and Coliseum to the selectable modes
  • A new Faction
  • Marked for Death game mode
  • More Pilot executions
  • Addition refinements to matchmaking like estimated wait time and more
  • More purchasable camos, skins, etc from the store

We’ll let you folks speculate as to what else we could be working on…That’s not all we have in store; we’ll be continuing to support Titanfall 2 for months to come with awesome content, free trials, and more. […] As we get closer to each new drop we’ll reveal more details about what’s coming that month.

While it’s one of the most popular shooters out, the game still trails the original Titanfall and lags behind Battlefield 1. Electronic Arts publishes both Titanfall 2 and Battlefield 1, but the publisher released the latter a week before the former.

Are you eager to see the new maps coming to Titanfall 2 in the near future? Share your thoughts in the comments section.

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