Titanfall 2
"Titanfall 2" will launch on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Xbox Wire

“Titanfall” fans got some great news from E3 2016, as it confirmed the much awaited sequel, “Titanfall 2.” For this round of the game, Respawn Entertainment has confirmed that it will bring in new titan classes to the fight.

According to Xbox Wire, players can choose from the six Titans that each have their specific strengths and skills. Soldiers will also have different classes, and the strategy for playing is in the right combination of the soldier and Titan to defeat the enemy.

“Titanfall 2” will also feature the grappling hook, which gives a new way to approach the battlefield. This is because the grappling hook can be latched on to virtually anything, so players can aim to get to a vantage point with the right strategy. This frees up movement on another level.

Developer Respawn Entertainment also confirmed that additional maps and modes for the multiplayer will now be free. According to GamesRadar, Respawn has assured that the maps and modes will be free to avoid splitting the community.

From the looks of it, a good middle ground for Respawn to make content that costs money and still deliver essentially free maps and modes to avoid blocking out other players is to devote cosmetic as paid content. Still, Respawn has not yet zoomed in on any specific details on how these will be done, but Producer Drew McCoy did highlight the need for trust between developer and players in delivering the right content.

“Trust that if we do the right thing—not sell maps and modes—we’ll get more people investing with us, investing in the game as a whole. They’re going to trust us not to screw them over and they can be happy with their $60 versions,’ said McCoy to GamesRadar.

To give players a glimpse of the gameplay for “Titanfall 2” without elaborations from the official trailers, PC Gamer spotted a montage of kills from one YouTube personality. Seen below, the video shows four minutes of battles and action as can be experienced in the game.

It shows how the fight looks like from the view of one piloting a titan. The footage also gives a glimpse of the environment and the destructibility of some of its areas. For the second half of the video, players are given a glimpse of how the grappling hook works while in battle.

“Titanfall 2” will be out on Oct. 28. It will be available on the PS4, Xbox One and PC.

"Titanfall 2" gameplay footage (Credit: YouTube/Titanfall Legends)