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Respawn Entertainment Drops 'Titanfall 2' Teaser Trailer

Respawn Entertainment, the studio behind Titanfall, just debuted a teaser trailer for the flagship game’s sequel, Titanfall 2.

The trailer reveals two important details of the new game: that it’s being made, and that PS4 users will be able to join in on the fun for the first time. The original Titanfall was playable only on PC and Xbox One, and support for the Sony-branded console in its sequel should appease PS4 users who may have felt left out from the franchise’s first outing.

As with most teasers, Titanfall 2’s sneak peek doesn’t reveal any specific details, but we’ll find out more on June 12 at the EA Play event at E3.

Derek Forrest is an Associate Contributing Writer for Tom’s Hardware and Tom’s IT Pro. Follow Derek Forrest on Twitter. Follow us on Facebook, Google+, RSS, Twitter and YouTube.

  • maxiim
    The first one was so over hyped that it failed and disappointed people who got exactly what was expected. This one I have a feeling may not do too well either especially with the route the CoD games are taking.
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  • dstarr3
    Yet another AAA game trailer that tells you absolutely nothing about the game other than the title. I'm surprised there wasn't a big "PREORDER NOW" hit at the end.
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  • tical2399
    I think this one is going to be pretty big. The first one didnt fail. It sold pretty well and got pretty good reviews. Major complaint was that it was too bare bones. As such people stopped playing it quick. Sequels usually clean that up.
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  • jimmysmitty
    17802489 said:
    I think this one is going to be pretty big. The first one didnt fail. It sold pretty well and got pretty good reviews. Major complaint was that it was too bare bones. As such people stopped playing it quick. Sequels usually clean that up.

    Yes and no. A well done game can still be played. Look at Counter Strike. While CSGO has taken off, CS 1.6 is still heavily played, # 17 out of 25 on Steam Charts, for a game as old as it is and before CS: Source it was very heavily played due to how well it was done.

    The only thing people can hope for is that they learned from their mistakes and make better what was already good.
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  • wifiburger
    Microsoft couldn't fork the $$$ to keep it on the xbox one, well I might have to look at it,
    Hope they add single player and a good story then I might consider their stupid multiplayer part of the game
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  • crysex
    I was so foolish to follow the hype to buy the first one. It doesn't even have a single player campaign and the game play is poor as hell. I won't spend a dime on the second one. It was all marketing bullshyt.
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  • TechyInAZ
    I played the first one when it was on orgin for the 24 hour event, it wasn't too bad. But I do hope this new titanfall uses the Unreal engine with DX12 support.
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  • uglyduckling81
    From the creators of a game that wasn't supported after release comes it's sequel... Abandonware 2!
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  • gggplaya
    The biggest problem with Titanfall 1 on PC was the massive amount of storage it took up just to use fully uncompressed audio. Because that 1-2fps hit you taken when your computer decompresses audio is worth the 48gb install. 35gb of which is just audio files.
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  • Xuebao61
    The audio files were complete BS. They should not be multiple times larger all together than the game files themselves. That's pretty ridiculous. I'm glad I didn't have to wait to download that all since I had a physical copy. Yes, Titanfall 2 is supposed to have a strictly single player campaign as well. That's one thing that really bothered me, because I had to play the same missions over and over to get back up to where I previously was. I may pick this up if it is really any good.
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