‘Titanfall 2’ trailer is the best thing to come out of the gaming industry
Titanfall 2, the latest entry in the franchise, finally made its way to Xbox One last night and I got to see it for myself.
I had the chance to play a beta test of the title at PAX East, so I’ve got a lot to say about it.
But first, here’s what you need to know about the game and how it compares to its predecessor, Titanfall 1.
This is the trailer for the upcoming Titanfall sequel.
I’ll also be playing it on Xbox One, so it’s an interesting comparison, but it’s still a lot of fun to play Titanfall on Xbox.
I have no idea what’s going to happen with the game after it goes live, but I’m sure it’ll be worth the wait.
If you’re new to the Titanfall series, here are a few facts you need know:In Titanfall, players take on the role of a human-controlled Titan in an all-new, open-world shooter.
They fight off waves of enemies while using powerful new weapons to take down the aliens in this fast-paced, action-packed first-person shooter.
It’s a fresh take on an already-popular genre.
The game has a brand new story, a new gameplay mechanic, new weapons and new locations to explore.
It features a new map called “Titan” that will be a big part of the game’s story, with the first chapter exploring the city of Seattle and the second chapter exploring Titanfall’s “Endgame” area.
The player has access to new weapons like the Gauss Rifle, the Hyperion Pistol, the Titan Laser, and more.
The Titan Assault mode is a special mode in which you can take on a Titan that is much larger and tougher than your typical Titan.
There’s also a new Titan called “Scythe” that can destroy enemies with an energy blast and can also use a grappling hook.
I can’t wait to get my hands on the game when it launches.
If I had to pick a game to play right now, it would be Titanfall.
The game’s a fantastic experience, but there are also plenty of other games I could play, like Call of Duty or Madden.
It seems like a good place to start.
For more news and reviews from around the web, check out Polygon’s Titanfall page.