Titanfall 2 - PlayStation 4

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Overview

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  • Titanfall 2

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
98% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1848 out of 1902)

Product Details


  • Developer: Respawn Entertainment
  • Publisher: EA
  • Platform: PlayStation 4
  • Genre: Action and Adventure
  • Release Date: 10/28/2016

Synopsis


Adventure through a wild space frontier with Titanfall 2 for PlayStation 4 from Respawn Entertainment. This fast-paced, first-person shooter includes a single-player campaign or options for co-op play. Titanfall 2 lets you experience the mechanical robot battles of the award-winning Titanfall universe and immerse yourself in action-oriented graphics and comprehensive game storylines.

Features


Feel the power of 20-foot tall war machines.

Advanced, action-packed gameplay fighting as a pilot unique 20-foot combat units. 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 will be able to create and join a variety of Networks that best suit their play styles and preferences.

For 1 player or multiplayer support.



Customer rating

4.7
98%
would recommend to a friend

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    You won't regret buying it.

    Posted
    Narcosys
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    Bottom line up front: This game is different from the first, but this is a good thing and this game deserves all the praise it has received. The addition of a single player was much needed. The campaign is fairly short depending on which difficulty you play, but it is an excellent introduction to the game and it's mechanics. It is engaging, fun, and seemless. It brings back elements from old games where you had defined boss battles and gives a bit of nostalgia for the older generation of gamers. The multiplayer has had its ups and downs from the start but respawn had been highly active in ensuring balance and fairness in the game. You're always going to have your naysayers, and the game can den to have net code and server/client rock rate issues at times bit for the most part the gameplay is fast paced, exciting, and different everytime. The mechanics smooth, movement is smooth, and you always feel like you can learn more. The leveling up system has changed from the first and it is pretty basic and straightforward. This is good for newcomers but for those of us use to the first one, it feels bland. The lack of challenges in regeneration is sorely missed. The change to the titans was much needed. Many compassion about the lack of customisation from the first game, but the first game devolved into everyone using the same loadout and quickly became boring. This new style allows people to master a style that suits their play, or try to get comfortable with something new. The titans themselves have a rock, paper, scissors feel to them and each one had their best and worst matchups. You could be dominating one minute and then turn around and be facing your greatest weakness. This really forces players to think strategically and figure out how to best use their titan and set themselves up for success, or utter failure. The maps themselves have become more lane based, but they have included, and continue to include old maps. This again is to appeal to newcomers use to call of duty games. This helps with getting use to the games mechanics and the old feel is still there once you get use to the movement. This also allows for more predictable engagement areas and less chaos than the first one. This does not mean that you don't have to be as aware of your surroundings, far from it. Those who get good at the mechanics, movement, and maps can still reek havoc on players. This can be a problem for newcomers as this is a new concept for first person shooters. Even though call of duty tried to copy titanfall, it is call of duty players who seem to have the hardest time adapting. But I promise, if you can learn it, it is the most satisfying thing to be wall running and kill someone, drop down to execute another, leap up and fly across the map and into your titan and then destroy the enemy Titan that had been wrecking your team. You won't regret buying this game and you'll have hours of game time invested before you know it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Pew Pew

    Posted
    JRuined
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    I had purchased Titan Fall 2 due to the great things I had read about the single player campaign. I hadn't intended to bother with the multiplayer, I generally don't have time to get GUD as a father and busy professional. More on this late. The story of a boy and his mech is pretty much a childhood fantasy of mine, as I am sure it is for many people who picked this up. On this front the game delivers in spades. The story takes some turns and has some set pieces that are straight wonderful. Dialog with BT-7274 is a laugh, with his dry humor it brings a lot of light to what could have been played out as a grim tale. The satisfaction of finishing the campaign left me thinking I'd pack up the game and not play again. Then of course, I opened up the multiplayer on a whim and dropped into a round of Amped Hard point and my satisfaction with the game turned into pure joy. Multiplayer is easy to get into, it follows many of the tropes of most fps, but adds some legitimately fresh aspects. The ability to move and traverse terrain vertically and horizontally gives the battlefield a sense of tension you tend not to get in earlier COD games. Outside of choke points the enemy can come from anywhere. Calling in your Titan sets up a nice dynamic as the battlefield is traversed by giant Mechs who can wreak havoc in the right hands. However, by no means is there no recourse if you are on foot. Between anti-Titan weaponry, or simply using your dexterity and hands to rip away at the Titans vulnerable points the fight can swiftly go from what looks to be a loss to a victory. The combat never feels off balance. What I'm trying to say is Titan Fall 2 is an incredibly satisfying and immersive game. It deserves the accolades it has received,and I feel that if the game appeals to you it would be foolish not to give it a roll.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Pilot, Your Titan Is Ready

    Posted
    RyanB
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    With barely any experience with Titanfall, I was really looking forward to Titanfall 2. I played the open beta on PS4 and shortly thereafter bought the original game to tide me over on PC (I don't own an Xbox One). So how does Titanfall 2 compare to the first? Well, for starters, there's a single player campaign! After playing the original Titanfall on PC complete with all the DLC maps, I found myself questioning, "How was this game ever $60 in the first place?" Much like Rainbox Six: Siege and Evolve before it, I could see it being hard to justify full retail price on a game that basically equates to a handful of maps and multiplayer modes. In that regard, Titanfall 2 steps up. In the campaign, you play as Rifleman Jack Cooper (voiced by Matthew Mercer). Very early into the campaign, through tragedy he's promoted to the rank of "Pilot" and gets his own Titan: BT-7274. The campaign is great and gives you the opportunity to try the different new Titans out as loadouts before you get into the multiplayer. With some big action moments that make good use of the wallrunning and traversal mechanics, it's some of the most fun I've had in an FPS campaign in a while. Expect the campaign to take 6-8 hours. The multiplayer is back and better than ever. In addition to the new Titan types (6 in total), there are some great new weapons as well as a variety of Boosts and Perks to customize your character. Add to that tons of unlockable emblems and skins, and you've got a strong modern sci-fi shooter to pair alongside something like Battlefield 1.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A titanic improvement from the original

    Posted
    CitizenErased
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    1. The single player campaign is excellent. It's a little longer than most First Person Shooter campaigns and it is dripping in variety and interesting gameplay mechanics. You will be doing a lot more than just shooting, running and gunning in this campaign. The story is better than the average military shooter's with interesting characters and intriguing sic-fi premises. 2. The multiplayer is a lot of fun! Also, FREE DLC for the game's entire lifespan. You won't have to buy a $50 season pass or anything like that with Titanfall 2. The game is the whole package and any future DLC maps will be free. There are now 6 Titan templates to choose from, which is twice the amount of the ones the first game had. They act as classes now and each Titan is viable and unique with its own strengths and weaknesses. Multiplayer is mostly balanced and a ton of fun. Overall, it's an excellent game and you'll get so much bang for your buck.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Best of 2016

    Posted
    James718
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    This game's single player is awesome, though i think they over did the wall jumping mechanic in the single player portion. It gets annoying in the later levels, not a game breaker just be aware of it. Bosses are fun to fight in the SP. Purchased this game as part of Best Buy's Black Friday online deal. Glad i was able to experience one of the best games of 2016 hands down! The new Titan BT is like a new buddy you will enjoy having with you on your journey in the SP. Best thing about this game though is that Multiplayer updates are free no season pass needed! I played tons hours of Titan Fall 1 on the Xbox One and the multiplayer in this game is fun also abit some changes made to the multiplayer takes some getting used to. Maps also have a more of a condensed feeling to them. Hoping the multiplayer base grows and sticks around some modes tho are not as populated as other modes online. Multiplayer has unlock skins etc... Single Player takes about 12 hrs to get through some may get through it faster then others mileage will vary. I would recommend buying this game now. Game is on sale this week 12/12/16, can safely say this is one of the best games of 2016. Played on PS4, also if you have a PS4 PRO this game is a must have.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best game ever!

    Posted
    hanak347
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    This game is so much fun. I've had it for about three weeks now and it has been great. I was a little skeptical about the second Titanfall as sequels are usually a major disappointment but this game reminds me so much of the first game as far as gameplay goes. The single-player is WAAAAYYYY better than the non-existent first one. The single-player rivals that of COD. It's fun, interactive (as in you pick which questions you want to ask your titan), and it's a single-player that has a story to it that you can get in to. I have so much fun playing this game I literally don't even care when I die because all the kills are legitimate and the other players either had the drop on me or just better than me. I also liked the fact that they have more titans to choose from. They are well balanced and even if you don't play to one particular play style there are still titans that are well-rounded. You can customize skins, camos, emblems and calsigns just like in COD if you're into that kind of thing. Overall a fantastic game and I have yet to run into a single camper. I'm sure they're out there...somewhere in the shadows

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Overall great game that needs more players on MP.

    Posted
    detonate
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    The story was slow in the beginning but it began to pickup to new heights. I thoroughly enjoyed the story even though I can feel the sub-boss, sub-boss, boss routine. What helped the game was it's amazing graphics and the ability to run along walls and obstacles. My partner in this adventure (the mech) is an awesome character that I never grow tired of. The dialogue between the characters are witty and entertaining. The multiplayer is very fun but it falls short on a few things. First, there aren't enough players on multiplayer. This game was launched during a bad time (alongside BF1 and COD:IW). There are several multiplayer modes but not enough players for a quick match. In addition, there needs to be more maps. Lastly, there needs to be a "ground war" mode just like Call of Duty. COD allows 18 players in a game. Battlefield 1 can have 64 players in a game. Among Titanfall 2's multiplayer modes, 3 playable modes allow 8v8 max. Even though this falls 2 players short of COD, the maps are bigger (because of the mechs I assume) so that even at 8v8, a lot of enemy searching is still required. I would recommend this game if you can get it below it's $60 retail price.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Fast-paced 3rd Person Shooting Adventure

    Posted
    SerArysOakheart
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    As a person who has played video games for many years, I enjoyed the nuances of each consecutive Call of Duty game, and I enjoyed the hyper-realism of Battlefield. However, Titanfall 2, is really trying to do something that sets itself apart, and i believe it truly succeeds. If you're a fan of CoD or Battlefield, then your skills will transfer over easily. There is wall-running, cloaking, grappling, and all other methods of travel that make you -- the pilot -- a freerunning harbinger of death. Not to mention that you can call down a giant customizable mech suit that can shoot things from missiles to thermite. And even if you're not a big fan of playing online multiplayer, the one-player campaign mode is fantastic. It is so much more than just run and gun, clearing room after room. There are puzzles and tricks to completing missions that make it a challenging, yet fun experience. Also, the bond and rapport that you maintain with your Titan B.T. can be anything from silly to surprisingly heartfelt. Though it was severely overshadowed by some of the other FPS releases, I genuinely think Titanfall 2 is the best one on the market right now.

    I would recommend this to a friend


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