Tons of new Titanfall details and screenshots have leaked from a Reddit user who claims to have a “reliable source” pouring him information on the March 11-due Xbox and PC title. We’ve gathered it all below, with help from NeoGAF.
There are fifteen maps total. These are screenshots across nine of them.
Ziplines travel both ways. They’re helpful in capture-the-flag matches and when escaping areas quickly. You can attach to it from either end or even while in mid-air, given you’re close enough. To latch on, just hold the reload button.
Heavy Turrets are designed for killing everything, Titans included. When used in the field, they’re often braced into position in urban environments atop buildings and have a considerable range of motion, as well as target tracking systems. Titans are usually required to disable a single heavy turret by focusing their fire on it. They operate autonomously and in most cases can be “flipped” to fight for the other team when an enemy console is compromised, often with a data knife.
These creatures “will walk or fly around levels harmlessly until people interfere. Others will attack when you just stare at them.” (via)
- Capture the Flag
- Hardpoint Domination
- Last Titan Standing
- Pilot Hunter
Kill the enemy team’s Pilots to reach the score limit and win—one point is awarded for each Pilot killed. Although killing Grunts and Spectres in this mode will not earn points towards your team’s score, doing so will still give you build time reductions on your replacement Titans and Titan Core Ability.
There are nine campaign matches, and you can play from both the IMC and Militia sides. Each match consists of five Attrition and four Hardpoint games. Each side also has its own different pre-match briefings and chatting during battles. Apparently, the are “surprises” that keep things different from the traditional multiplayer experience.
Titanfall is due out for Xbox One and PC on March 11 in North America and March 13 in Europe, and for Xbox 360 on March 25 and March 28.