Prepare for single player Titanfall in this new trailer

LAn explosive new trailer for Titanfall 2 has been released today by EA and Respawn. Delving even deeper into the single-player component of the upcoming sequel, this new video attempts to convince players that this time around, the campaign will be well worth it.

Promising massive set pieces and quiet moments of reflection and exploration, Titanfall 2’s campaign truly looks set to remove the bad taste left by Titanfall’s less than stellar “campaign.”

The new trailer also gives fans a very quick look at some boss fights, puzzle solving and platforming.

Titanfall 2 will be available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One from October 28, 2016.

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