This edition comes with the bonus preorder, or also known as Nitro Pack DLC, which includes a number of modifications and customizations for Scorch Titan and a unique logo. Among the novelties of this second episode of Titanfall, is the campaign mode for single player, where we will can enjoy an exciting story about a militia rifleman lost behind enemy lines and where we will find a veteran titan, along with which we will fight. In Multiplayer mode we will enjoy fast-paced combat, acrobatics and fire as in the previous episode.
In addition, we will can customize and evolve our Titans to adapt to different situations on the battlefield and with which we will can wreak havoc on enemy lines. Remember to activate this product you must have a valid EA Origin account.
Titanfall 2 goes for feel above all else, and it feels fantastic.
Respawn combined their prowess in the FPS genre with the good parts of the first Titanfall, greatly improved upon them and released a monumental online shooter, re-defining the genre yet again. The non-stop action of the multiplayer matches is unparalleled, while the Campaign is cinematic, stirs emotion and the only downside is its short duration. Lest we forget, all future multiplayer maps will be free for everyone, keeping the community unified and not splitting it, like we were used to with all the Season Passes that came before.
The 2nd installment of the Titanfall series continues down the right path yet again. It is truly one of the best First Person Shooters of this generation.
Thrilling and diverse multiplayer battles and a campaign with great gameplay - a real titan of the FPS genre.
Titalfall 2 is exactly what we wanted two years ago: a full game that is very entertaining and offers the interesting addition of Titans. The singleplayer is short but sweet and the multiplayer is even better than in the excellent first Titanfall.
The first Titanfall is a solid execution on a great idea. Titanfall 2 feels much closer to reaching that idea's full potential. It's clear that Respawn labored over every tiny detail, from the powerful sound of each gunshot to the convincing sense of weight present in every titan step. The level of effort pays off tremendously, creating a shooter that can compete with the stiffest competition. It's too bad the campaign never comes close to the overall level of quality that some of its best ideas hint at, but the multiplayer will likely keep you happy until Respawn decides it's time for a much deserved third entry.
Titanfall's second outing has more to offer than the original, but the novelty's worn off a bit and the singleplayer campaign waffles between brilliant and boring.