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Titanfall 2 Single Player Campaign is ‘Not a Training Module for Multiplayer’

by Kyle Hanson


Titanfall 2 has a tall task ahead of it. While the game is looking great, and the original title sold millions of copies, it quickly lost its audience. Many attribute this to the lack of a single player campaign, leaving players disconnected from the new universe that they had been thrust in. Titanfall 2 looks to fix that with its own single player campaign, with new details being shared today about the feature.

“Titanfall 2’s single player campaign is a carefully crafted, cinematic shooter experience, but with a different style of pacing than you might expect,” reads the details page from Respawn Entertainment. “While you’ll experience a wide range of intense battles as a Pilot and as a Titan during your journey with BT, those experiences will be contrasted against opportunities for exploration and some quieter moments of contemplation.”

Something that Respawn wants to get across to players is that this is an actual campaign with a story and interesting moments of its own. “Single player is designed to be a standalone narrative experience, so that you can enjoy Titanfall at your own pace and on your own terms. It’s not a training module for multiplayer. That said, there are many moments in the campaign where you’ll have to use basic Pilot skills such as wall running and double-jumping, as well as other Pilot and Titan abilities. As you get used to flowing and maneuvering in single player, using your abilities in concert, you’ll find yourself naturally better prepared to enter the realm of multiplayer, should you choose to do so.”

You can find more details about the Titanfall 2 single player campaign right here. Titanfall 2 hits PS4, Xbox One, and PC on October 28th.

Titanfall 2 Single Player Gameplay Quick Look

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