'Titanfall 2' Guide: Everything You Need to Know Before Its October Release

For Titanfall fans, the long wait for its sequel, Titanfall 2, will finally be over. However, that is still a month away and a few more spoilers and updates won't hurt. Also included are the system requirements so that players can fully enjoy their favorite sequel from developer Respawn Entertainment.

For starters, Titanfall 2 will have a lot of new weapons players can use as well as various fighting mechanics they can try to eliminate their enemies. It also has a single player and multiplayer game mode. In the single player mode, the players take the role of a soldier who got left behind enemy lines and have to fight for survival.

The Vanguard is one of the six new Titans class which will be introduced in the game. This robot will accompany the main protagonist of the single player campaign, Jack Cooper. According to Steve Fukuda, Titanfall 2 Game Director, this will be some sort of a buddy cop game.

"We focus on telling a more crafted experience [compared to the mislabelled 'campaign' mode in Titanfall 1] and playing off the old archetype of buddy-cops between Jack and his titan. They might not always like each other and there will be some disagreements, but eventually they're going to have to gel if they are to triumph," said Fukuda.

Now for Titanfall 2 system requirements, Respawn Entertainment recommends the minimum and maximum PC requirements so that players will get the most of the game. The minimum screen requirement is 1600X900 and the CPU should be Intel i3-3600t or equivalent. They should also equip their system with an NVDIA GeForce GTX 660.

Respawn, however, recommends that using an NVDIA GeForce GTX 1060 is much better with a 1920X1080 monitor and Intel i5-6600t or equivalent CPU. But for the most fantastic Titanfall 2 gaming experience a 4K monitor and a GeForce GTX 1060 system is highly recommended.

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