Developer Respawn entertainment will officially drop Titanfall 2 on consoles in the near future, giving gamers another chance to parkour across rooftops and jump inside humongous mechs as a skilled Pilot. Only a teaser trailer has been released so far, revealing that we will indeed be riding around in robotic giants once again.
We don’t know much about the gameplay, story, or the setting of the sequel yet, but judging from the few details we’ve been able to scrape together, we can already see that the game will be addressing some of the issues the first Titanfall was criticized for at the launch of the Xbox One. It’s going to be interesting to see what changes the developer makes to the series from here on out.
It’s landing early 2017
There isn’t a hard release date yet, but Respawn is aiming for an early 2017 launch based on an EA earnings call to investors. The dev team is said to have started working on Titanfall 2 back in 2014, which means the game will have had a solid two years in the oven, giving the developers plenty of time to build on the original concept for the sequel.