Here we go with yet another hyped up video for Titanfall 2 and this one shows off just how we should imagine playing the game in single player mode should feel like. This is of course no knock on the hard work that Respawn has put into the game so far but it does look like EA has some grander scheme in mind when it comes to players playing through the campaign and just how they should feel. At least that is my takeaway from the latest cinematic trailer for Titanfall 2 that has just been released. All to hype us up for the October 28th release on the Xbox One, PS4, and PC. I just think that it is a little too ambitious for what we are truly going to get in the end.
Below you can see a nicely pre-rendered video showing off how we should think that Titanfall 2's single player is going to play out. It is flashy and does show us just how well the pilot and the titan should be linked together but given that a lot of players won't have the skill to pull off the amazing choreography shown here, I think it is more of a pipe-dream on their end than anything else. Although I would love to be proven wrong and see players actually pulling off all of this in the core campaign of the game. It just doesn't seem likely given the limitations set by the game mechanics and input devices we are going to be using to control all of this.
Titanfall 2 — Single Player
Pilot and Titan unite as never before in the highly anticipated Titanfall 2. See what truly separates a Pilot from all the other predators on the Frontier, the Titan. Experience it in Titanfall 2's brand new Single Player campaign dropping on October 28th.
Of course we couldn't just have this promo video for Titanfall 2 without having something solid form Respawn to also show in motion. That is just what we have here as a consolation prize for watching the above and then reading on. It is more multiplayer footage for Titanfall 2 but it is also captured and played at 4K resolution and 60 FPS so we can see what the game could pump out for us if we have the hardware to do just that. Something that is becoming more and more ready for all with the release of the PS Pro and Xbox One S. So that is something to have a look at and hope you'll get to play first-hand.
Titanfall 2 — 4K 60 FPS PC Gameplay
How are you feeling about the new video you just saw here for Titanfall 2? Did it inspire you to do your best when the game launches or is it a pipe-dream that all of us will have while we are running into walls instead of up them? Are you impressed with the visual quality of the game in 4K though? Let us know what you are thinking down in the comments and discuss. For more on Titanfall 2 as we get it, stay right here as we'll get it all out to you as soon as we can and as best as we can.