Respawn Entertainment finally released in-game footages of the awaited "Titanfall 2" single-player mode.
In a new trailer, the developers showed off their vision for said single-playing mode which involves a robo-buddy and of course, lots of shooting and high-paced action scenes.
According to game designer Mackey McCandish, players can "get different Titan loadouts and experience the different flavors of Titans in the multiplayer, in the single-player."
In addition, the game protagonist, Jack Cooper, is shown teaming up with British Telecom or BT-7274, a robot.
"In the single player campaign, you will be doing a variety of things across different missions but there is one constant that we worked very hard to get right and that is the story and relationship between Titan BT-7274 and Rifleman 3rd Class Jack Cooper," Fukuda previously shared.
The game's publisher, Electronic Arts (EA), also confirmed that the single-player mode will show more of the "Titanfall" universe. "Titanfall 2's single-player is crafted to dive deeper into the Titanfall universe, exploring the unique bonds between Pilot and Titan, and taking full advantage of the movement and combat, to deliver a feeling of being unstoppable together," EA representative Devin Bennett said.
"Titanfall 2's" game premise will revolve around the aftermath of the first installments' conflict. In here, a colonist militia tries to go against an oppressive regime led by the Interstellar Manufacturing Corporation (IMC), while also fighting over a resource-rich planet away from Earth.
Players, on the other hand, already caught a glimpse of the game's multiplayer mode through several gameplay footages released in part of its console beta test version. Reactions were mixed at best, but PC Game critic praised it for possibly being the "most creative shooter campaign this year."
"Titanfall 2" is due for release on Oct. 28 to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 (PS4) and PCs. It is also confirmed to have an Angel City map downloadable content (DLC) expansion coming this December.