Suit up and prepare for mech warfare with the new teaser trailer for Titanfall 2.
From developer Respawn Entertainment, Titanfall released in 2014 exclusively for Microsoft consoles and PC; the Xbox One and PC versions were developed under Respawn, with the Xbox 360 port arriving later courtesy of Bluepoint Games. Often compared to the free-to-play PC-exclusive multiplayer game Hawken, Titanfall was praised for its fresh take on the Mech genre, granting players the ability to summon their mech-suit- a “Titan”- at will, and allowing it to act as a sentry guard or an active backup unit on the battlefield. Skilled players could ride on the shoulders of a teammate’s Titan, or even mount and sabotage enemy Titans. Fans were quick to express their concerns over the lack of a single-player offline campaign and launch-window content, however Respawn Entertainment released a series of free DLC content packs containing a plethora of new maps and weapons for each Pilot and Titan class.
Respawn and publisher EA announced in March 2015 that a sequel was in development not just for the PC and Xbox One, but as well as the PS4. Earlier today, the developers released a brief preliminary trailer for Titanfall 2, teasing the possibility of sword-wielding Titans.
Titanfall 2 does not have a current release window, however additional details and an extended trailer are expected to release during E3 2016.