Titanfall 2 Review
I've read about a lot of people being blown away by the Titanfall 2 campaign but I have to be honest, I wasn't.
Not that it's bad. Because it's not. It's actually really good. Compared to FPS single player campaigns from other games within the last few years it definitely blows most of them out of the water.
The problem I had was that I played it the day after I beat the Battlefield 1 campaign and I thought that game was just so amazing. Titanfall 2 didn't have nearly the impact on me that Battlefield 1 did. But if you're more interested in wallrunning and giant mechs falling from the sky than you are in things based vaguely on real historical events then maybe Titanfall 2 is a game for you.
Like I said, I did like it a lot. I actually liked the multiplayer of Titanfall 2 better than that in Battlefield 1. In the end I didn't like either multiplayer enough to truly get invested and keep playing. I sent them both back after a few days, so I'm glad I rented them instead of bought.
I just hope Titanfall 2 didn't screw itself over too much since it released the week in between the two biggest shooters of the year. They might have shot themselves in the footer there. Hopefully they do well enough to get to make Titanfall 3.