The livestream has ended.
Respawn Entertainment’s Titanfall 2 doesn’t drop until tomorrow, but we’re going to give you a sneak peek of the game’s campaign today with a livestream at 1pm PDT.
Unlike the first game, which came out in 2014, Titanfall 2 has a single-player storyline. You’ll take on the role of Jack Cooper, who is in control of a new Vanguard-class Titan called BT-7274. The sequel also marks the franchise debut on the PlayStation 4--the original Titanfall was available only on Xbox 360 and PC.
We won’t try out the multiplayer side of the game until after its release on October 28, because despite all of the pre-launch tests and the early access granted to a select few, we won’t really know how the title’s online component deals with a heavy load of players until it's available to everyone.
While you watch the stream, be sure to check out the game’s hardware requirements to see if your current build can run Titanfall 2. Most of you will easily meet the minimum requirements, but if you want the game at its best on PC, you’ll need a high-end system.