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Titanfall 2 by Electronic Arts



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Titanfall 2 is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 15.
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  • Platform: PlayStation 4
  • Publisher: Electronic Arts
  • Developer: Respawn Entertainment
  • Category: Shooter


TITANFALL 2 free DLC #2 "Live Fire" available February 2017

Live Fire Map Stacks:

A map designed for the Live Fire mode. Stacks is an industrial-style map with large structures that split narrows lanes with lots of cover. Pilots will have many choices for wall running and flanking enemy positions. Stacks will be available only in the Live Fire playlists.

Live Fire Map Meadow:

A map designed for the Live Fire mode. Meadow is an open, organic map with lots of sight lines and vantage points to hold. Fully enclosed, Pilots can navigate not only the open lanes but also run along the walls and even use the grappling hook to latch into the ceiling to swing around the map. Meadow will be available only in the Live Fire playlists.

Coliseum Map: Columns

The Coliseum arena gets a new map with three columns that rise from the center. Players will now have new ways to engage their enemy.

New Mode: Live Fire

A lighting fast Pilot only mode that brings competitive, close quarter combat and teamwork to the forefront. A best of 5 rounds, 6v6 mode with no respawns, in Live Fire you and five other Pilots will have one minute in each round to eliminate the opposing team or, you can also win the round if your team is holding the neutral flag when the timer ends. Live Fire will be accessible in its own playlist.

New Execution - Late Hit:

Powered by Stim, this execution knocks the opponent off their feet and deals rapid fire punches as they hang in mid-air before delivering a final blow that slams them to the ground.

Product Details:

Pilot and Titan unite as never before in Respawn Entertainment's highly anticipated Titanfall® 2. Featuring a single player campaign that explores the unique bond between man and machine, and backed by a deeper multiplayer experience, Titanfall 2 delivers fast-paced action brimming with inventive twists.


Titanfall 2

Striking A Fine Balance
by Javy Gwaltney

Fight across grand sci-fi battlefields as swift soldiers capable of calling down giant mechs to do their bidding


Environments and robot designs are spectacular, but human character models look out of place


Characters who should be flimsy caricatures are brought to life by great voice acting, and a phenomenal score bolsters the action


Like its predecessor, Titanfall 2 plays like a simple and straightforward first-person shooter whether you're zipping around with a submachine gun or bearing down on your opponents in your titan


Titanfall 2 is that rare game where both its single-player and multiplayer modes are exceptional and highly entertaining in their own ways



When the first Titanfall was released, it garnered praise for pitting players against each other in the future as wall-running, submachine gun-toting pilots capable of calling down and controlling massive mechanized death machines. However, the game also received a good deal of criticism for lacking a single-player component. The sequel seeks to satisfy those in search of a more story-driven singular experience and succeeds. If the original Titanfall was a proof of concept, then the sequel is a fantastic and polished second draft that deftly uses all of the qualities that made the first game so bold and fresh.

Titanfall's universe is simple: An evil empire is trying to rule the galaxy and a rebellion is fighting them, with both sides duking it out on various planets. Certain specialists in both armies, simply referred to as "pilots," are capable of operating mechs called Titans. Pilots are also deadly on their own, capable of swiftly moving across the battlefield and dispatching foes.

In the campaign, you play as rebel Rifleman Cooper, who's training to become a pilot when his regiment gets stranded on a mysterious, lush planet. You wake up to find your mentor dying after he saves your life. He gives you control of his Titan, B.T., and charges you with finishing a secret mission involving something called the Ark. The story's strength hinges on Cooper and B.T.'s relationship. Cooper is unproven but ambitious. B.T. is a straightforward, sticks-to-the-facts A.I. that lives by Asimovian protocols like "uphold the mission" and "protect the pilot." Their dynamic is akin to a buddy comedy, with Cooper often understating the situation and B.T. taking him to task for it with data. A number of scenes throughout the campaign had me chuckling, and when the credits rolled I was impressed with just how much I cared for my greenhorn-turned-Rambo and his robo sidekick.

The campaign has a narrow mission structure similar to Call of Duty, where you're constantly being funneled from location to location, accomplishing objectives, and then moving on to the next level. However, nearly all of the sections where you're fighting enemies are open, giving you a bevy of tactical options to complete your goals. Early on you come across a camp filled with enemies patrolling the grounds. You can stroll right in guns blazing and kill everyone, or prowl with your stealth camo power-up and snap necks until no one's left. You can even get past this area without killing a single soul, cloaking and dashing past enemies. You can't progress through the entire game without killing anyone, but the option pops up frequently.

See more of the review at Game Informer


  • Advanced, Action-Packed Gameplay - Whether fighting as a Pilot, the apex predators of The Frontier, or as a Titan, 20-foot tall war machines, Titanfall 2 provides an incredibly fun, fluid, and thrilling combat experience that is unmatched.
  • Captivating Single Player Campaign - Step on to The Frontier as a Militia rifleman with aspirations of becoming a Pilot. Stranded behind enemy lines, and against overwhelming odds, you must team up with a veteran Vanguard-class Titan and uphold a mission you were never meant to carry out.
  • Deeper Multiplayer Action - With six brand-new Titans, a host of deadly new Pilot abilities, an expanded customization system, new modes and much more, Titanfall 2 gives players the deeper MP experience they have been asking for.
  • Play with Friends, or Make New Ones - The social tissue of Titanfall 2, Networks makes it fast and easy to play with friends old and new. Whether Social or Competitive, players

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If you are a fan of Titanfall check out all the latest Titanfall 2 games and accessories available for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 now.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Game for FPS Players My friends and I all get PS4's for Christmas and one of my friends saw the trailer for this game and got it. He brought it to my house and we played the tutorial together and I fell in love. I got a copy for my self and I recently finished the campaign mode and the story line was great and I had so much fun playing it. I moved to multiplayer and I'm still learning so much and having so much fun. I think anyone who likes a good story mode would love this game!
Date published: 2017-01-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It just feels right... Absolutely fantastic game! Seriously, do yourself a favor and buy it. As a 40+ year-old gamer (with limited reflexes), it is a fast-paced, intensely satisfying, and reflexively enhanced FPS that will simply have you staring in awe as you are gunned down by the younger kids and their laser-sharp, l33t skillz. However, one quick press of a button and you're back in the action. No wait times. Respawn NOW. Period. I love it... Most of the MP modes don't show your lagging death count as well, which helps as you learn the ropes... and become a better team player. K/D ratios don't really matter anyway. Right? Anyway... my point is, even if you fail miserably (which most people do at first), it is still a bonafide BLAST to climb into your TITAN (aka giant mech) and shred everyone in sight. Even IF it only lasts for a few precious moments, they will be memorable moments indeed... Truly a great game and one that needs to be experienced by all gamers. Support the game and BUY IT. You will not be disappointed.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The Second Most Overrated Game That I have Played Titanfall 2 at first glance and the first few hours is an amazing experience. The graphics and movement are amazing. After the first few hours, I've noticed the things wrong with Titanfall 2. First off, if you weren't a fan of Titanfall 1's weapon balancing when that was new, you're going to hate it more here. Hemlock, R-201, CAR. Those are the weapons that you're going to be at a complete disadvantage for not using. The Hemlock is literally the CoD4 M16 before the nerf, fitting seeing as how it's the same people who made it. You will not win any engagement against somebody hard aiming you with a Hemlock, you can sneak behind the person, sure but that's nearly impossible with all of the map hack and sonar spam, revealing your position every ten seconds. The CAR and R-201 have extremely little recoil or damage falloff, making them effectively play the game for you. The balance on pilot abilities is horrible, as well. The only viable two abilities are cloak and sonar, grapple is alright, but you don't need it to get to any spot on any map, to my knowledge at least. Cloak makes you almost completely invisible to titans besides 2 small red lights, as well as hard to see before the incredibly annoying 1-shot melee to the front of you. For titans, only Ion and Tone should exist, as they outclass all of the others in a vast majority of situations. Scorch is decent for zone control above Tone and Ion, but in terms of everything else, you'll only need Tone/Ion. I would hghly recommending you take a pass on this game for 1+ years until the balancing problems are patched.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not as great as first game this game is all right but first game was a bit better with the hole enter/exit titan in battle to me this is a bit slower then the first game. It takes to long to exit out of titan to kill enemy on titan before they do harm to ur titan they also get away to fast. The lvl/rank up system is slow as heck so ur always lower then people ur going against so its not really a fair fight on foot. My opinion its not worth playing hours on end to try to rank up for better weapon its a waste of time. If u gonna do all that then just play COD or battlefield or even a rpg which requires lvl/rank up something for anything. even if it does have a time in the day with extra xp. not worth playing. sorry to be that way.
Date published: 2016-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Fps, with loads of content If your a fps gamer this game is definitely a buy, and its filled with plenty of content. This is a must buy in your collection of first person shooters.
Date published: 2016-12-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Blown away I'm a big COD fan and after playing this game it fits right into what I enjoy. It's like playing two separate games. One controlling Titans and the other controlling a pilot. Graphics are really good and the campaign is like no other. Give this game a shot and you won't be let down.
Date published: 2016-12-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good graphics, gameplay stinks. Graphics are great, but as far as fun to play, it's about as dumb as BO3. The pro gamers play in the same rooms as the casual gamers because the admins don't care and that makes for nothing but a frustrating gaming experience. Have fun at frustrating yourself. I may just return the console too because I haven't enjoyed playing video games since the SMW days.
Date published: 2016-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best FPS out right now! This game has great mechanics, it feels smooth, and the fights get pretty intense between Titans. If you are trying to choose between this game and Cod IW, I would highly recommend buying Titanfall 2. Also all DLC's are free so that's a plus!
Date published: 2016-11-29
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