Respawn Entertainment has released its single gameplay vision trailer for "Titanfall 2" and it is dynamic and realistic while it presents the relationship of humans and Titans.
The trailer opens with the game's landscapes, which include a rocky field, waterfalls, and some ruins. It is followed by falling capsules, which contain human soldiers, and the game's title. The trailer also shows that in the game, players are set to see spacecrafts, mechs, weapons, gunshots, explosions, and combat.
Overall, the trailer blends the vibrant locales, the characters, and the effects, with realistic sounds and colors. Such elements provides the impression that players are set to have a close to real and action-packed gaming experience.
The trailer also showcases the dynamics between humans and Titan. In a statement, as per the video, Electronic Arts'' Devin Bennet said that "Titanfall 2's" single-player aims to explore the "Titanfall" realm more, along with the "unique" bonds between Pilot and Titan. Also, he said that players would be able to take full advantage of the motion and battles, which provides a sense of being unstoppable.
Bennet's statement is at par with senior game designer Chris Dionne. In a statement, as cited by Game Spot, he said that the bond between jack and BT had been one of the "ah-ha" moments in development. As per the publication, the game also features a dialogue option, in which players could respond to things BT says in different ways. Thus, the game is set to feature a deeper kind of interaction between Titans and humans.
Developed by Respawn Entertainment, "Titanfall 2" is set to be released for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Microsoft Windows on Oct. 28.
Watch the trailer here.
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