Titanfall 2 teaser trailer looks wonderful: Xbox One and Windows 10

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Electronic Arts has released the first teaser trailer for Titanfall 2, a game that is bound for the Xbox One and PC. We don’t know much about what new things this game will bring to the table, but from the trailer, swords will rule the battlefield.

The first Titanfall game was exclusive to the Xbox One when it came on the scene back in 2014. It was one of the best games to be release on the Xbox One during that year, and is still one of the best games on the system to-date. Unfortunately, it didn’t perform well in the sales department, mainly due to the rise of a certain Sony console.

After the slow start, the developer was gobbled up by Electronic Arts, and from there, it was clear the next game would be available on other platforms.

When the game is ready for public consumption, it will be available for the Xbox One, Windows 10 PC and other platforms. Unlike the first game, it is expected that Titanfall 2 will have a singleplayer campaign. Furthermore, magic and worldly creatures could play a big part in this game, but that’s just rumors for now.

As for whether or not Electronic Arts will ever release this game to the Windows Store via the Universal Windows Platform, that’s something we can’t say yes to just yet. EA has its own platform known as Origins, but if the company wants cross-platform play between the Xbox One and Windows 10 versions, then it will need to support UWP.

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