YouTuber Thoreaufare has completed Titanfall 2's obstacle course in style, zooming the course backwards in less than thirty seconds.
Titanfall’s official Twitter account is taking a rather active approach to their marketing. The account is messaging users who make the smallest mention of wanting to play a new game.
Respawn Entertainment has outlined their plans for Titanfall 2's first multiplayer DLC. ‘Angel City’s Most Wanted’ adds a fan favorite map and an in game store.
Titanfall 2 is a phenomenal game full of wall running, power slides, boosting mechs, and innovative platforming. It’s a natural pick for a speed game. The world record run is as fast as it comes and pretty damn exciting.
What has the internet sent me this time? A buncha rookies by the looks of it. Ya wanna be dangerous pilots and not Titan fodder, yer gonna hafta listen to me! Alright recruits! Here are some tips to make the best out of Titanfall 2.
When I finished Titanfall 2's campaign, my body felt numb. I left my apartment, walked to the street corner and bummed a cigarette. I needed to calm myself. I’d just been through an astounding experience.
Outlining future plans for Titanfall 2, developers Respawn Entertainment made a blog post talking about what sets their game apart from other shooters. A big one? No paid multiplayer DLC or season pass.
I’m working my way through Titanfall 2 and will have a review next week. For now, we need to have a very important discussion about the game’s user interface. One small touch makes it truly shine.
Titanfall 2's tech test has started a second weekend of testing on the Playstation 4 and Xbox One. Earlier this week, Respawn Entertainment promised key changes after mixed reception to the first weekend test. Movement speed has been increased and players will enjoy more time in their Titans now their mech’s spawn…
Last weekend, Respawn Entertainment held an open technical test for the multiplayer shooter Titanfall 2 on the Xbox One and Playstation 4. I enjoyed my own time with the game but other players were a bit more concerned. Now, Respawn Entertainment is responding to critiques and discussing new changes coming to the…
Aww. Look at the auto-Titans trying their best to protect their pilot—even if it means destroying themselves in the process. It's the result of lackluster artificial intelligence. But it's also kind of endearing, don't you think? They're trying their best!
During their PAX East panel today, Respawn announced that they're working on new modes for Titanfall. These updates, in addition to other micro updates that they've already been working on, will be completely free to owners of the game.
At the PAX East Titanfall panel today, Respawn Entertainment announced Titanfall Expedition, a paid, campaign-continuing map pack coming to the Xbox and PC shooter.
Originally scheduled for release next week, the Xbox 360 version of Respawn Entertainment's mech shooter has been pushed back to April 8 (April 11 in Europe) to give port developer Bluepoint Games time to make it better.
Those who have played it already know this, but for those who haven't, be aware that Titanfall's "campaign" isn't really deserving of the name.
So that's why theTitan classes are called Ogre, Stryder and Atlas! Lore's here to summarize Titanfall's background story with a huge amount of references.
From the marketing to the name of the game itself, Titanfall pitches itself as a game defined by its use of giant combat mechs. And indeed, in your first few hours with the game, that'll be all you really pay attention to.
Back in January, there were rumours that Microsoft would be releasing a special Titanfall-branded Xbox One console. That machine never actually appeared. At least, it never did for consumers.
Titanfall will get both free and paid downloadable content, and the latter will be available through a season pass subscription, Respawn Entertainment's co-founder said yesterday in an interview with GameSpot.