Titanfall 2 Reviews Roundup; A Remarkable Sequel

It’s barely been a week since the release of Battlefield 1 and we already have Titanfall 2 knocking on our doors. Regardless of how Electronic Arts has repeatedly exclaimed confidence in the release dates, a significant gap in-between would have been healthier.

So how does Titanfall 2 compare with the original game? To make it short, Respawn Entertainment has done a fantastic job with the sequel. It’s important to note that the developer has not only enhanced the overall appeal of gameplay but also fulfilled its promise of working on fan feedback from the first game.

Titanfall 2 reviews have so far seen only high scores. The first game was good enough. The second one exceeds it in terms of vitality, fluid action, and visual grace. In a way, Titanfall 2 is what the first game should have been in 2013. However, that would perhaps be too cruel to put on the developer. The release of the first game only gave Respawn Entertainment the necessary lessons that in turn pushed the studio to give us this remarkable sequel.

Titanfall 2 is scheduled to officially release on October 28 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. In contrast to the first game, Titanfall 2 is going multi-platform and also features a proper single-player campaign.

Those interested in purchasing PlayStation 4 Pro next month should know that Titanfall 2 features support for Sony’s console upgrade. However, the developer warns that the experience will not be true/native 4K. Citing an immense requirement of processing power, Respawn advising 4K enthusiasts to look at the PC version instead. Titanfall 2 on PC is all set to give a glorious native 4K experience.

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