Two years after the launch of the first Titanfall on behalf of Respawn Entertainment and Electronic Arts, its much-awaited sequel has finally arrived to return us to the futuristic world in which wars are waged with the help of Titans (robotic suits or exoskeletons). In Titanfall 2 we'll play another FPS action game, but this time around with new and much more interesting game modes.
Just like in the first part of this first-person shooter, we'll put our exoskeleton back on in the multiplayer mode in which we'll have to fight intense individual or team battles and in which we can make use of more Titans than ever and deploy new skills during the combats.
A new single-player mode that will delight all action gamers.
But the greatest update comes along with a new single-player mode in which we'll take on the role of a young soldier, Jack Cooper, trapped behind the enemy lines, who has to train hard and practice to develop all his skills and become one of the best Titan pilots of all time.
When is Titanfall 2 out?
What? You still think it hasn't been released yet? Well, it was published in October of 2016, but not only for Windows PCs, downloadable through Origin (like all other Electronic Arts games) but also for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 4. Now that you finally know, get your ass over to EA's digital distribution platform to download your copy.
What about the requirements? Can my PC run the game?
With such a powerful and demanding game as is the case of this Titanfall sequel, you have to ask yourself if your PC is capable of running such a game. Well, you should know that to run TF2 on your computer you'll need Windows 7 or above (64-bit), an i3 processor or better (i5 is recommended), 8 GB of RAM and 45 GB of free storage space on your hard drive, as well as a decent graphics card (NVIDIA Geforce GTX 660 2GB or AMD Radeon HD 7850 2GB), DirectX 11 and an Internet connection above 512kbps. If you meet all these demands, don't doubt to purchase the game on Origin. If not, just wait to renew your computer.