The developers at Respawn finally began the marketing push for their upcoming sequel to Titanfall with a short teaser trailer that reveals little apart from the possibility that much based mêlée combat may now be on the cards… that was an unintended in-joke but I’m keeping it.
For most people, the big hope for Titanfall 2 will be that more is done to flesh out the universe through a campaign that avoids the first game’s trick of trying to build a narrative by inserting narrative in between recycled multiplayer maps. The original game had a solid multiplayer foundation that improved immensely over time thanks to DLC and updates and with the sequel also launching on PlayStation 4 as well as Xbox One and PC we expect its popularity to increase.
According to the trailer, the game’s official reveal is scheduled for June 12. The original game is available for free via EA Access (cheap otherwise) and all of the DLC is free too.