The game has received a fair amount of free DLC since its launch, and the latest is Postcards from the Frontier. The gameplay trailer is above.
So what's in it? Here's a summary:
- New Live Fire Map: Uma
- New execution: Hole in the Wall [Amped Wall]
- More maps for Frontier Defense (Exoplanet, Drydock, Angel City)
- Elite Weapon Warpaints: Each comes with a Squad Leader Bonus
Titanfall 2 platforms
Although the original Titanfall started life as an Xbox exclusive (it was later released on PC), Titanfall 2 is now multi-platform.
It's available on Xbox One along with PlayStation 4 and PC via Origin.
As the game came out in October 2016, it's now cheaper. You can pick it up for £19.99 for Xbox One from Amazon.
It's a little more expensive from Amazon for PS4 at £25.38.
If you want a 'boxed' copy for PC (a digital code in a box), that's £24.99 from Amazon.
Titanfall 2 trailers
Here are all the previous trailers and gameplay demos:
Single player campaign trailer (E3 2016):
Multiplayer gameplay trailer (E3 2016):
Titanfall 2 release date UK was 28 October 2016
EA’s CFO Blake Jorgensen always said that the release of Titanfall 2 would be within three weeks of Battlefield 1, which was expected on 21 October. "We’ve always gone head-to-head with Call of Duty [expected on 4 November], and so we’re not uncomfortable with that, and essentially we’re kinda coming from both sides now in the quarter. So we’re pretty excited about it."
Then, just before E3 2016, a trailer (see below) leaked via a live stream test showcasing a number of secret details about the game including a look at the single player story mode and, most importantly, the release date - 28 October 2016. This was later confirmed by EA during the EA Play press conference, where fans were treated to the launch of another trailer - this time showcasing the online capabilities.