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Titanfall 2:

The Titanfall sequel was initially scheduled to release in October and I was one of the lucky people to receive a pre-order code for it before the date came and went, which means I was in for a treat at the very last minute.

Since that time though EA and Respawn Entertainment have taken it upon themselves to make sure this one is worth your time, and not just with the new game modes but the improvements and tweaks and patches as well.

I want to start by taking a look at what’s changed from the original’s Titanfall.

The most interesting thing about Titanfall 2 is its progression mechanic, where the game will reward you for completing more games. So I thought it’d be worth looking at how you earn XP as well, but without going into too much detail I’ve put in my own analysis of both the XP and Titanfall 2.

Titanfall 2:

You start off with the same 8 classes. Which I know isn’t a huge change to start off with but I do wish they’d kept with the previous game’s setup. You start with 5 pilot slots and 3 armor slots.

The base classes (excluding the Assault class) of each class are: Pilot, Engineer, Assault, and Heavy. There are 2 variants of each class, Pilot and Titan. Here’s a breakdown of the different variations:

Pilot: Pistol, Handgun, Launcher, Grenade launcher, Shotgun and Sniper Rifle, also available after defeating the boss at Blackwatch.

: Pistol, Handgun, Launcher, Grenade launcher, Shotgun and Sniper Rifle, also available after defeating the boss at Blackwatch. Engineer: Energy Pistol and Meds, also available after defeating the boss at Blackwatch.

: Energy Pistol and Meds, also available after defeating the boss at Blackwatch. Assault: Assault Rifle, Assault Rifle Short, Assault Rifle Semi-auto, Shotgun, and Heavy Pistol, also available after defeating the boss at Blackwatch.

Each class has 2 skins (aside from the Engineer, both being the same, they are the same as in the original game as well) as well as skins for their weapons that can be purchased and customized.

They have a few bonuses that are tied to their class but don’t really impact it in any way. The Soldier’s Shield can be fully upgraded but can only be used after all his previous shields have been removed. The Engineer’s can be upgraded in exchange