Titanfall 2 bows to convention with a proper single-player campaign. Let’s take a look.
Titanfall 2 make several changes from its precursor, one of which brings it more inline with competing shooters: there’s a proper story mission sequence.
The first Titanfall did have a story campaign, but it wasn’t really single-player – just a playlist of maps and some connective story elements. There was quite a lot of lore to be dug out of the environments and whatever, but that doesn’t really scratch the narrative bug, does it?
Titanfall 2 launches at the end of October for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. If you’re the sort who prefers the campaign to being endlessly owned by randoes, check out the trailer above to see if it piques your interest.
There are so many big shooters competing for attention this holiday season that those of you who play the campaign and move on are probably in a better position than your PvP-focused brethren, to be honest.