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Titanfall 2 lets you pilot six new awesome titans

Respawn Entertainment has revealed six new Titans set to debut in Titanfall 2 this October, each with their own unique skills and abilities.

The recent multiplayer tech test showcased a select number of Titans coming to the anticipated sequel, but now we have an even better idea of what’s in store.

You can check out the new selection of mechanical meanies in the brief trailer below:

Each with their own unique name and design, it appears each Titan will also have some special abilities for use in the field.

Some of these include a ground pound, rocket barrage and samurai-style sword attacks. Many of these may come in the form of finishing moves or special abilities, providing you with an incentive to experiment with each Titan.

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Titanfall 2 aims to maintain the fast-paced gameplay of its predecessor while adding new Titans, weapons and methods of movement such as grappling hooks and wall-running robots.

What we’ve played thus far has been incredibly fun and satisfying, but some changes have led to a flurry of complaints from fans of the franchise.

Luckily, Respawn has plenty of time to refine Titanfall 2 before it drops on October 28 for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

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