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Titanfall: Two new trailers reveal Ogre and Stryder Titan classes

Two new Titanfall trailers have been released showing off two of the Titan classes you’ll be able to play as next year.

The two trailers for the Titan classes were debuted at VGX over the weekend as world premieres, building the hype before the Titanfall release date on March 14.

Ogre and Stryder are the two new Titan classes explored during VGX, the former a heavily armoured model, while the latter is the more agile option.

Both Titan classes are unveiled as part of a Hammond Robotics announcement in each trailer, who is the manufacturer of the Titans in Titanfall. This is the first time we’ve been teased with some of the story elements of Titanfall so far.

Hammond Robotics explains that the Stryder is a fast moving Titan shell that offers “unlimited thrust with core overdrive”, “23 per cent lighter exoskeleton” than other Titans and offers an “advanced gyroscopic balancing system”.

“The Styder outperforms all other Titans at speed, acceleration and agility”, states the trailer.

You’ll also see some gameplay where a Styder and an Ogre battle to the death.

The Ogre is the more heavy handed option designed for impact by weight and strength and is a much slower, more lumbering beast than the Stryder.

“In field testing our newest model uses its heavy armour design to destroy the competition in ballistic and martial testing”.

In the Ogre trailer, you can see its finishing move where it rips off another Titan’s arm and uses it as a melee weapon.

Titanfall will be released for Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC on March 14 in the UK. It will remain an Xbox exclusive for “the life of the title”, said publisher EA Games.

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