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Titanfall 2 Single Player Cinematic Trailer

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Titanfall 2 Single Player Cinematic Trailer

Respawn Entertainment and EA have released a new cinematic trailer for the upcoming Titanfall game sequel, this new one focusing on the single player campaign’s bond between Pilot and Titan. The game is set to be released worldwide on Friday, October 28th on Xbox One, Origin for PC and PS4.

Here’s an overview of the campaign, via EA:

In the single player campaign, players will experience the story and relationship between Titan BT-7274 and 3rd Class Rifleman Jack Cooper, as they explore the mysterious planet of Typhon and discover the Interstellar Manufacturing Corporation’s (IMC) intentions. BT is the first Titan built by the Militia to battle the IMC, who’s capable of using any Titan loadout and embodies the Militia’s Culture of teamwork, craftsmanship and looking out for each other. Jack Cooper is a grunt with aspirations of becoming a pilot, whom Militia Captain Tai Lastimosa takes under his wing and trains in secret. When an investigation of a research facility on the IMC controlled planet of Typhon goes wrong, Lastimosa is killed in action, there is no other option but for the two to link up and work together to finish the mission BT and Lastimosa started. The more BT and Jack work together, the stronger the bond between Pilot and Titan becomes.

Check out the Trailer:

“All of this comes hand-in-hand with the blistering cinematic trailer for Titanfall 2, one designed to draw attention to the shooter’s single-player campaign. Given this is a feature that was sorely missed in the 2014 original, Respawn has made a conscious effort to flesh out a narrative that will hook fans from the get-go – often a difficult task in the first-person shooter genre – with the blog post teasing that journey that awaits Cooper and his robotic companion. James Cameron classic Terminator 2 is even referenced as a creative influence for crafting a bond between man and machine.”

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