After much rumour and speculation, last month, EA and Respawn Entertainment officially announced Titanfall 2 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. An incredibly short teaser trailer was released, complete with some dark narration about what it means to be a hero. Fans were also excited as the trailer appeared to picture some kind of electric sword, which could be good fun to wield in battle.
While we’ll have to wait until EA’s ‘EA Play’ E3 2016 event next month for a look at Titanfall 2’s gameplay (and for more info on those electro-swords, hopefully), the publisher recently revealed that the game will launch in 2016. However, this has sparked concerns from investors that Titanfall 2 and Batlefield 1 will compete too heavily with each other, forcing EA to respond.