'Titanfall 2' release date, news: new trailer is out before game's release


The much-awaited first-person shooter video game, “Titanfall 2” is scheduled to be released later this month. And as a symbol of appreciation for the fans who have been patiently waiting for two years now, game developer Respawn Entertainment recently released actual footage of the single-player campaign for the upcoming video game.

Based on what can be seen in the teaser, there is a visibly improved showcase of the game’s action scenes and battles. Of course, the robot buddy appears as it still is expected to be the focal point of the game the distinctiveness it needs in order to be separated and distinguished from leading first-person shooter video games out there.

Per report from Christian Daily, Electronic Arts previously talked about how the single-player mode will be revealing a lot of things about the universe in “Titanfall’s” perspective. The first game was sort of limited in terms of showcasing the “Titanfall” universe, but that could all change with “Titanfall 2,” especially considering the prospect that the single-player campaign is believed to be particularly designed to go deeper into the known universe.

Meanwhile, several rumors say that in the sequel to the 2014 video game, there will be an emphasis of instances when the human pilot is forced to talk and work with Titans, suggesting that the makers of the video game would want to see the forging of a relationship that exceeds the boundary of a military type of affiliation.

The upcoming game is centered on the life and adjustments everyone had to make in order to survive after an evil regime with an army called the Interstellar Manufacturing Corporation (IMC) planning to take over the entire universe.

“Titanfall 2” is confirmed for an Oct. 28 release date for the Sony PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows PC.