+ $4.99 shipping
& FREE Shipping. Details
Trade in. Get paid. Go shopping.
Ship it to us for free.
We are unable to process your trade-in order.
About the product
- Advanced, Action-Packed Gameplay – Whether fighting as a Pilot, the dominant force on The Frontier, or as a Titan, 20-foot tall war machines, Titanfall 2 provides an incredibly fun, fluid, and thrilling combat experience that is unmatched.
- Captivating Single Player Campaign – Step on to The Frontier as a Militia rifleman with aspirations of becoming a Pilot. Stranded behind enemy lines, and against overwhelming odds, you must team up with a veteran Vanguard-class Titan and uphold a mission you were never meant to carry out.
- Deeper Multiplayer Action – With six brand-new Titans, a host of deadly new Pilot abilities, an expanded customization system, new modes and much more, Titanfall 2 gives players the deeper Multiplayer experience they have been asking for.
- Play with Friends, or Make New Ones – The social tissue of Titanfall 2, Networks makes it fast and easy to play with friends old and new. Whether Social or Competitive, players will be able to create and join a variety of Networks that best suit their play styles and preferences.
Frequently bought together
Customers who bought this item also bought
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
Pilot and Titan unite as never before in Respawn Entertainment’s highly anticipated Titanfall 2. Experience a single player campaign that explores the unique bond between man and machine. Dominate the competition in multiplayer action, featuring six all-new Titans, enhanced Pilot abilities, an expanded customization system, new maps, weapons and much more
ACCOLADES 2016 Best of E3 Game Critics Award Winner for Best Online Multiplayer
From the Manufacturer
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
Fire ammunition and punching melee attacks.
Wall running, map hacks, and evil AI beings.
These are a few of my favorite things ~
Titanfall 2 is by far one of the best FPS games I've played in a while. A solid mix of the original Unreal Tournament, meets Tribes, meets Mech Warrior - it has a solid bit of everything. The campaign is how a shooter should play, and the multiplayer completely on point. So far, it's my 2016 game of the year.
Combat is very similar to the original. Fast paced, love the wall running. Grappling hook and other abilities add some nice variety.
Single player, while not groundbreaking is very nicely done. Only about 8 hours worth of gameplay there, very simplistic story, but the game is fun and the interactions between your titan and the pilot are enjoyable.
Multiplayer is where this shines and it's better than the original. I docked one star because until the most recent update there was an issue with some PC systems where you could not play multiplayer without going through and adjusting your network settings (I've never had to do this for any other game). I think that's pretty unacceptable for a multiplayer focused PC game, however the new patch fixed that.
I have been playing video games on many different formats since 1990 and have seen the evolution of video games and their many different genres. At first, I was a bit worried that Titan Fall 2 would fall flat like Black Ops 3, Advance Warfare, and what I saw of Infinite Warfare. Oh how I was wrong.
The advance movement system is far better than what any of the COD games tried to do, which isn’t too surprising considering Titan Fall 1 started this trend. It’s never too much and you can approach a battle slowly if you want, but the real fun is balancing methodical movement with Wall Running, double jumping (thanks to the player’s boost pack), and sliding. It all comes off very organic. Also, you can choose to equip a grappling hook in multiplayer and is quite handy. It can be used to latch onto a wall to complete that gap, grab a player, or even pull yourself onto enemy Titans and even with all that it is never too much or gimmicky. It feels realistic and balanced.
The Titans had me worried that the game would become like Arkham Knight with its tank segments. This does not happen at all. The Titans feel right and aren’t invincible and can be taken down by a skilled pilot (removing the enemy Titan’s power cell is oh so satisfying). The Titans have access to different load outs so you are never stuck with the same old boring Titan.
The Campaign is worth whatever price you pay for the game. It may only be 5 hours as of this review but it is amazing. It is a true narrative that makes you feel connected to both your character Jack Cooper and his Titan BT-7274. The levels in the campaign are diverse and feel natural. The sections that you can wall run or climb don’t seem out of place with its surroundings. Everything is climbable and traversable, though some areas are harder than others. The wild life will attack both you and the enemy AIs. It honestly reminded me of playing Metroid Prime, which is a good thing as that is one of the best Metroid games ever created.
The multiplayer is of course where the true longevity lies. The game doesn’t disappoint. I originally heard that multiplayer would have a mix of AI NPCs and Players similar to the original Battlefront 1 and 2. While this isn’t horrible, I still was a bit anxious over it. Only one mode seems to have this. There is a mode that has no Titans, one that is only Titans, and plenty in between. I have only started the multiplayer aspect, but look forward to MANY sessions with it.
With all that, you would think there was no more praise I could give this game…guess what, I got one more tidbit to mention. All DLC is free. There is no season pass, no DLC that will cost you $14.99 more or less. New campaign missions or multiplayer maps or modes will be available to everyone for free.
I think I got it for $30 USD. I played it for a couple hundred hours within the first month of getting it, even though I had to play it on low quality settings, on Bootcamp with a MacBook Pro.
This game has made me seriously consider building/buying a gaming rig.
I don't regret a thing.