New Titanfall gameplay video takes us back to Angel City
In announcing the release date for Titanfall today, Electronic Arts also debuted a new gameplay video showing off the game's fast-paced, vertical combat on the Angel City map.
While there are plenty of titans, rockets, jetpacks, and wall-climbing, the real highlight is Titanfall's unique approach to multiplayer. With no traditional single player campaign mode, Respawn Entertainment has included cinematic moments in the multiplayer that "lets you enjoy the fiction of hte universe without having to leave your favorite game mode."
Angel City is also the same map I played at PAX Prime in September. You can read my hands-on impressions of the game and whether or not I believe it can overthrow Call of Duty as the supreme shooter.