We are a little over a week away from the launch of one of the year’s most anticipated games. Thanks to reddit user FallenFusion, we now have images of all 15 maps for Titanfall. That’s not all, as some details have also been shared regarding the game’s campaign multiplayer. It will feature nine separate battles that can be played from the perspective of both factions; the Militia and IMC. Each battle will take place on a different multiplayer map and follow the objectives of the selected mp mode: Hardpoint Domination, Attrition, etc. The narrative will differ depending on which side you are fighting for.
FallenFusion has also provide info on turrets, ziplines, Pilot Hunter mode and Generations.
TURRETS: Heavy turrets are designed for killing everything—including Titans. When used out in the field, they are often braced into position in urban environments atop buildings, and have a considerable range of motion and excellent target tracking systems. Multiple Titans are usually required to disable a single heavy turret by focusing their fire on it. They operate autonomously and, in most cases, can be “flipped” (to fight for the other team) when a nearby console is compromised, often with a Data Knife.
ZIPLINES: Ziplines travel both ways, up and down. They’re especially helpful in CTF matches and escaping areas quickly. You can attach to it from either end or even while in midair (assuming you’re close enough.) You hold the reload button to latch on and ride.
PILOT HUNTER MODE: Kill the enemy team’s Pilots to reach the score limit and win—one point is awarded for each Pilot killed. Although killing Grunts and Spectres in this mode will not earn points towards your team’s score, doing so will still give you build time reductions on your replacement Titans and Titan Core Ability.
This makes it a total of 5 modes:
- Capture the Flag
- Hardpoint Domination
- Last Titan Standing
- Pilot Hunter
GENERATIONS: Thanks to RazorUK we basically know a ton about Generations already, I’ll spare the details. But I was given this screenshot of what “Regenerating” actually looks like.
Basically it is TF’s version of Call of Duty’s Prestige mode.
The images below also offer a top-down overview of each map as well as screenshots for their key locations. Check them out, so you can get a leg up on the opposition; formulate battle plans with friends and clans and such.
Check out the “Life is Better With Titanfall” TV Spot.
Okay you can wipe the drool from your collective mouths now.
Titanfall drops on March 11th for Xbox One and PC, March 25th for Xbox 360.
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