As we all know by now, Titanfall has finally been released. In case you’re wondering what the overall game entails, watch this video for a detailed explanation.
Just as we mentioned in prior posts, Titanfall is a multiplayer only game. The gameplay has really introduced a lot of fresh ideas in regards to its movement style and mechanics. Since the game requires you to be online, you need other players in order to play.
Initially, there were problems with connecting teams within the campaign. Respawn then went on to assure us that this was a small bug which was fixed overnight.
There were also lag issues during gameplay and odd connection drops. These issues were also fixed and as of now don’t really seem to be a problem.
Ok, so let’s move on to the game itself. The overall action is really fast, fluid and inventive. The maps and movement mechanics really show a different element which this game brings to the table. Also, the action is very exhilarating when you’re playing as a Titan.
There are 5 gaming modes within the game which are known as Attrition (team death match), Hard Point (domination), Capture the flag, Last titan standing, Last pilot standing, and Variety mode which is basically a combination of all 5. This enables gamers to keep playing.
Overall, this game really seemed to live up to all the hype that is seemed to build up. The guns, pilots, and Titans all mesh extremely well together making for a completely fast paced and exciting first-person shooter experience.
On the other hand, there is some room for improvement. I personally would have liked to see more game modes, especially when you compare it with other first-person shooters out there. Not to say that this is necessarily a bad thing, it’s just something that I feel could have been a bit better.
I also think that the story line was not really as exciting as I thought it would, though the gameplay action and combat really seemed to make up for this. So while no game out there is completely perfect, I feel that this game is a real breath of fresh air as a whole.