Gamers will be pleased to hear that with this renewed emphasis on pilots and Titans, the game has retained its intense pilot action and incredible mobility. Titanfall 2 seems sleeker, more focused and further refined.
To begin with, in Titanfall 2 the maps are smaller, which means there is less time spent running from a spawn point to the action. There is way better character customization. Some of the perks in weapons are multiple grenades, the pulse blade, and the grapple hook, which were already showcased in trailers.
Furthermore, at the end of each match every weapon and tactical item the gamer has can level up earning merits. These items in turn can be used to unlock further weapons to use on the battlefield.
The game has been receiving plenty of responses from the players, and the new features added are something to look forward to. The three new modes, as well as the maps, have their ups and downs. Each mode appeals to the gaming style of each player.
More details will be uncovered after the game’s release on October 28 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
Stay tuned for more updates.