The unique team-ups of man and machine return in Titanfall 2. Become a pilot of a massive Titan, a powerful mech equipped for many ways of laying waste on your enemies. Learn about the world in a solid singleplayer campaign and test yourself against other players in several engaging multiplayer modes.
The fate of interstellar conflict rests in your and your mech's hands. Fast and three-dimensional Pilot gameplay With the addition of the grappling hook and Phase Shift abilities to your Pilot's potential loadout, the traversal and mobility reach a never before seen level. Phase Shift helps you backstab enemies.
Grappling hook will have you swing around the maps, drag your enemies closer for a bullet in the face, or help you rodeo enemy titans in a revamped Titan takedown system. With jump-packs and wall running coming back from Titanfall 1, playing as a Pilot is an acrobatic and graceful dance of death. Brand new Titans Titanfall 2 PC features six new freshly manufactured titans with diverse abilities.
From fire-spitting Scorch able to create walls of fire and flaming shields to sword-wielding Ronin able to phase across the battlefield, the mechs of Titanfall 2 have something for everyone. Fans of mobile snipers will enjoy Northstar, while heavy weapon enthusiasts will find Legion's Gatling-like Predator Cannon a blast. Every Titan has four active abilities to use at any time.
Full singleplayer campaign The conflict between Interstellar Manufacturing Corporation and the Militia gets personal. Play as rifleman Jack Cooper, a regular soldier who is suddenly granted a veteran Vanguard Class BT-7274 Titan, BT for friends. See them progress through a hostile world, sharing war stories, interacting, and building a connection, the nature of which you will determine with the help of a dialogue system.
Experience what the developers call "a vision of grand global colonial warfare, retelling the story of the American Revolution and the American Civil War in space". Futuristic gadgets enrich Titanfall 2 gameplay In Titanfall 2 the Pilots have some interesting and devastating technology to play with even outside of their Titans. From a Firestar igniting the enemies it hits, to a game-changing Gravity Star which creates a sphere of increased gravity pulling in Pilots and letting you shoot them at your leisure.
Use cloaking systems, deployable particle shields or enemy-detecting pulse blades and define your playstyle. Three new multiplayer modes Titanfall 2 multiplayer introduces three modes new to the franchise. Bounty Hunt gives random objective to both teams, focused about hunting AI grunts, rogue Titans or enemy pilots to gather money rewards.
But be careful, dying before putting the cash in the bank takes half the money from you! Pilot vs Pilot takes the Titans out of equation letting the Pilots duke it out between themselves. Finally Amped Hardpoint is a domination mode, where you can capture the same point twice for double points!.
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.