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Titanfall 2 Gameplay at Gamescom and Upcoming Tech Tests

Posted on August 17, 2016 at 8:46 pm by Justin Cavender

Titanfall 2 Gamescom

Titanfall 2 is only a few months away and earlier today players got their geeky hands on this beast at Gamescom in Cologne, Germany. The game was first announced during the EA press conference back in June at E3 2016. There it was revealed that not only will the sequel be available across multiple platforms including the Xbox One, PS4, and PC, but it would in fact also feature a single player campaign.

EA announced Titanfall 2 will get a series of open multiplayer tech tests on the weekends of August 19-21, and August 26,-28. The general purpose of these tests is to stress the servers to assist the development team in providing a smooth launch when the game finally gets released on October 28, 2016. During the test players will get hands-on playtime with both the Ion and Scorch Titans. Here you’ll be able to melt faces with Scorch and shoot laser beams with the Ion Titans. Best of luck to you all!

Titanfall 2 Ion and Scorch

How to Play:

PS4 Users

  • Turn on your PS4 and log into your preferred user account.
  • Go to the PS Store and select “Search” from the top menu.
  • Type Titanfall 2 in the Search field.
  • Select Titanfall 2 Multiplayer Tech Test from the search results and click “Download.”
  • Once the download and installation are complete, click “Start” to begin.

Xbox One Users

  • Turn on your Xbox One and log into your Xbox Live Account.
  • Go to the Xbox One Store, select “Games,” then select “Search All Games.”
  • Type in Titanfall 2 in the Search field.
  • Select Titanfall 2 Multiplayer Tech Test from the search results and then click “Download.”
  • Once the download and installation process is complete, click “Start” to begin.

Feel free to skip to 4:25 in the video to witness the carnage first hand in this all out battle of Amped Hardpoint. Quick side note– Amped Hardpoint is where players hold Hardpoints for one minute to amp them. Amped Hardpoints score double points.

Check out our video review of Titanfall and see why we gave this game a Legacy Score of 9/10. After all, it’s impossible to fight the feeling of jubilation after trouncing your enemies on the battlefield whilst piloting a Titan.

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