Earlier today we saw some highlights of Titanfall 2’s new single-player mode (a fresh breath of air from the previous multiplayer only campaign in the first one) from the EA’s E3 preview leak earlier this morning. Focusing on the relationship between pilots and the Titans they pilot, we get to delve deeper into the roots of this sci-fi first person shooter as protagonist Jack Cooper.
Publisher EA released more insight today during their E3 Conference at the Los Angeles Convention Center about Titanfall 2, expected to release on Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 28, 2016. Here’s what we learned today:
- More customizations with Titans and Pilots, different classes of Pilots along with more 6 new Titan to select from and a array of new weapons
- A deep progressive system
- Titans have personalilites, being asigned to the Pilots that control them. Building on the previous title to provide a more roubst experience
- Titans have melee weaponsHere’s a preview of the offline single player campaign expereince