Titanfall 2’s new single player mode trailer released

By: Costea Lestoc
2 minute read

Titanfall 2 is the upcoming mech shooter sequel by Respawn Entertainment that now boasts a new trailer showing single player gameplay. Though two other trailers for the game display footage of the single-player campaign, this newest video is the best, most in-depth look at what might turn this young franchise into a huge success.

This game shows Jack Cooper, a rifleman in the militia, dreaming of becoming a pilot and a vanguard class Titan BT-7274. with the Frontier heating up, Jack, together with BT, have to combine their skills and risk it all in order to survive with the odds against them. Even if you’re fighting as a pilot or in a 20-foot tall machine for war, Titanfall 2 offers a fluid and fun alternative from other, more popular shooters.

A couple of months ago, Respawn Entertainment held two multiplayer tests for the Xbox One version of the game. However, it left the PC version out of the deal for safety measures, namely to prevent anybody from looking up the game files and giving fans spoilers about the main solo campaign. As everybody expected, fans have their hopes up really high for the upcoming game.

Starting October 28, Titanfall 2 will be made available worlwide both on Windows and on Xbox One platforms. Whoever pre-orders a copy of the Xbox One version will enjoy  early access feature to the remastered Angel City map, having long been one of the favorites of the fans.

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