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Titanfall 2 PC (Use 5%) £20.89 @ cdkeys

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Log into cdkeys to use discount code. If on mobile, use desktop mode. Very tempting price! Pilot and Titan Unite Call down your Titan and get ready for an exhilarating first-person shooter expe… Read More
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Pilot and Titan Unite

Call down your Titan and get ready for an exhilarating first-person shooter experience in Titanfall® 2! The sequel introduces a new single player campaign that explores the bond between Pilot and Titan. Or blast your way through an even more innovative and intense multiplayer experience - featuring 6 new Titans, deadly new Pilot abilities, expanded customization, new maps, modes, and much more.

KEY FEATURES

Experience a captivating single player story. Titanfall® 2 features a single player campaign packed with action and inventive twists. Play as a Militia rifleman stranded behind enemy lines, who encounters a veteran Vanguard-class Titan. The two must work together to uphold a mission they were never meant to carry out.

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Enjoy multiplayer action that's second to none. The sequel gives players more of the adrenaline-fueled multiplayer combat they've come to expect from the franchise. Take the fast-paced, first-person action to the next level with more Titans, deadlier Pilot abilities, and much more. And be sure to stand out in the middle of all the chaos with new, expanded Pilot, Titan and loadout personalization options!

Join Your Friends on The Frontier. Titanfall® 2 introduces Networks, the social tissue for Titanfall® 2 that makes experiencing all the heart-pounding action with old friends, and new, fast and easy. Whether you prefer Social or Competitive play, you'll be able to create or join the perfect Network to suit you and your crew.
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#1
GOTY. Just outrageous moment to moment gameplay. If you get as far learning slide hopping and air strafing and crank that FOV up to 110 the game feels so damn fast. Takes the COD run and gun style gameplay to the next level.
#2
I have this and I've tried to play it but the KB controls are just awful and I can't find any way to fix them.
1 Like #3
adam0812
GOTY. Just outrageous moment to moment gameplay. If you get as far learning slide hopping and air strafing and crank that FOV up to 110 the game feels so damn fast. Takes the COD run and gun style gameplay to the next level.

Is it worth getting? I've never even played the first one.
2 Likes #4
Danjw91
adam0812
GOTY. Just outrageous moment to moment gameplay. If you get as far learning slide hopping and air strafing and crank that FOV up to 110 the game feels so damn fast. Takes the COD run and gun style gameplay to the next level.
Is it worth getting? I've never even played the first one.
If you like arcadey feeling gameplay and aim down sights absolutely. The campaign is fun even if you're not a MP guy. I have 70 hours so far, can't stop playing. Tons to unlock (mostly cosmetics admittedly)
1 Like #5
Spark
I have this and I've tried to play it but the KB controls are just awful and I can't find any way to fix them.
What problems are you having? Controls feel amazing for me.
#6
adam0812
Spark
I have this and I've tried to play it but the KB controls are just awful and I can't find any way to fix them.
What problems are you having? Controls feel amazing for me.

I want the right mouse button to work like the L Trigger on the controller. Right now I have to tap it again to exit zoom. I also preferred how the grenade/ability keys were mapped on the first game.
#7
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I have this and I've tried to play it but the KB controls are just awful and I can't find any way to fix them.
What problems are you having? Controls feel amazing for me.
I want the right mouse button to work like the L Trigger on the controller. Right now I have to tap it again to exit zoom. I also preferred how the grenade/ability keys were mapped on the first game.
There are two aim settings on the key bind menu, one should say toggle the other just aim, unbind right mouse from toggle and bind to the other one. All the buttons are remappable so not sure why you're having issues. http://www.pcinvasion.com/titanfall-2-technical-review

Aim modifier is what you want rather toggle aim modifier.

Edited By: adam0812 on Dec 14, 2016 13:19
[HUKD Deal Editor] 1 Like #8
Danjw91
adam0812
GOTY. Just outrageous moment to moment gameplay. If you get as far learning slide hopping and air strafing and crank that FOV up to 110 the game feels so damn fast. Takes the COD run and gun style gameplay to the next level.
Is it worth getting? I've never even played the first one.

The first one was awesome, despite it's rapid decline in players. I first played it on PC then moved onto Xbox One. Titanfall 2 is just a completely whole new level of gameplay, it literally is most probably the best multiplayer game I have played this year (sorry Battlefield 1), it wasn't so long ago that Rainbow Six: Siege held that title, but it's becoming increasingly harder and harder to find a game on that.

If you don't own TF2, get it.
#9
adam0812
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adam0812
Spark
I have this and I've tried to play it but the KB controls are just awful and I can't find any way to fix them.
What problems are you having? Controls feel amazing for me.
I want the right mouse button to work like the L Trigger on the controller. Right now I have to tap it again to exit zoom. I also preferred how the grenade/ability keys were mapped on the first game.
There are two aim settings on the key bind menu, one should say toggle the other just aim, unbind right mouse from toggle and bind to the other one. All the buttons are remappable so not sure why you're having issues.

I'll have a look tomorrow, thanks. It would be nice if they had included a Titanfall 1 controls option in the menu though since the functionality is pretty much identical anyway. I'm not crazy about using the middle mouse button to activate the cloak either.
#10
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Danjw91
adam0812
GOTY. Just outrageous moment to moment gameplay. If you get as far learning slide hopping and air strafing and crank that FOV up to 110 the game feels so damn fast. Takes the COD run and gun style gameplay to the next level.
Is it worth getting? I've never even played the first one.
The first one was awesome, despite it's rapid decline in players. I first played it on PC then moved onto Xbox One. Titanfall 2 is just a completely whole new level of gameplay, it literally is most probably the best multiplayer game I have played this year (sorry Battlefield 1), it wasn't so long ago that Rainbow Six: Siege held that title, but it's becoming increasingly harder and harder to find a game on that.

If you don't own TF2, get it.

The first one is my favourite multiplayer shooter of all time. Only CSGO, Quake Arena and Overwatch have come anywhere near close. I'm also quite fond of BF1 atm but that game tends to annoy me as much as it delights me tbh.
#11
BuzzDuraband
Danjw91
adam0812
GOTY. Just outrageous moment to moment gameplay. If you get as far learning slide hopping and air strafing and crank that FOV up to 110 the game feels so damn fast. Takes the COD run and gun style gameplay to the next level.
Is it worth getting? I've never even played the first one.
The first one was awesome, despite it's rapid decline in players. I first played it on PC then moved onto Xbox One. Titanfall 2 is just a completely whole new level of gameplay, it literally is most probably the best multiplayer game I have played this year (sorry Battlefield 1), it wasn't so long ago that Rainbow Six: Siege held that title, but it's becoming increasingly harder and harder to find a game on that.
If you don't own TF2, get it.

I have siege mate and swear by it, it's insane! Don't have BF1 on PC but have it on xbox and it's getting boring and repetitive now. This looks good fun but also looks like the latest COD games so that's why I'm a bit hit and miss whether to get it.
#12
Very tempted, Is it worth getting if you played a lot of Titanfall 1 ? The thing I hated most about one is it took too long to get into a game and you could really only play attrition, has that changed at all ?
#13
Spark
adam0812
Spark
adam0812
Spark
I have this and I've tried to play it but the KB controls are just awful and I can't find any way to fix them.
What problems are you having? Controls feel amazing for me.
I want the right mouse button to work like the L Trigger on the controller. Right now I have to tap it again to exit zoom. I also preferred how the grenade/ability keys were mapped on the first game.
There are two aim settings on the key bind menu, one should say toggle the other just aim, unbind right mouse from toggle and bind to the other one. All the buttons are remappable so not sure why you're having issues.
I'll have a look tomorrow, thanks. It would be nice if they had included a Titanfall 1 controls option in the menu though since the functionality is pretty much identical anyway. I'm not crazy about using the middle mouse button to activate the cloak either.
I agree it's not the most intuitive, the other decision you will have to make if you decide to try learn slide hopping is whether you prefer to have hold to crouch or toggle. Plenty of good tutorials on youtube, Frothy Omen is probably my fav for PC TF2 players.
[HUKD Deal Editor] 2 Likes #14
Danjw91
This looks good fun but also looks like the latest COD games

Woah, woah, woah. CoD stole its style from Titanfall,. Fortunately, Titanfall does it a whole lot better :D

Spark
[I'm also quite fond of BF1

Don't get me wrong. Battlefield 1 is brilliant, but unfortunately the load times (on Xbox One) are horrendous, and I've unfortunately discovered a 'black screen of death' in some games when I've actually got in. Most frustrating.
#15
adam0812
Spark
adam0812
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adam0812
Spark
I have this and I've tried to play it but the KB controls are just awful and I can't find any way to fix them.
What problems are you having? Controls feel amazing for me.
I want the right mouse button to work like the L Trigger on the controller. Right now I have to tap it again to exit zoom. I also preferred how the grenade/ability keys were mapped on the first game.
There are two aim settings on the key bind menu, one should say toggle the other just aim, unbind right mouse from toggle and bind to the other one. All the buttons are remappable so not sure why you're having issues.
I'll have a look tomorrow, thanks. It would be nice if they had included a Titanfall 1 controls option in the menu though since the functionality is pretty much identical anyway. I'm not crazy about using the middle mouse button to activate the cloak either.
I agree it's not the most intuitive, the other decision you will have to make if you decide to try learn slide hopping is whether you prefer to have hold to crouch or toggle. Plenty of good tutorials on youtube, Frothy Omen is probably my fav for PC TF2 players.

I don't tend to crouch much in Titanfall tbh because I move a lot. I got quite good at doing wall running and crazy acrobatics on the first one and never really use a distance weapon.

It probably also says a lot that I have been exclusively playing this game in Angel City 24/7 mode whenever I've been on it over the last week.
1 Like #16
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Danjw91
This looks good fun but also looks like the latest COD games
Woah, woah, woah. CoD stole its style from Titanfall,. Fortunately, Titanfall does it a whole lot better :D

Spark
[I'm also quite fond of BF1
Don't get me wrong. Battlefield 1 is brilliant, but unfortunately the load times (on Xbox One) are horrendous, and I've unfortunately discovered a 'black screen of death' in some games when I've actually got in. Most frustrating.

I have it on PC so the loading times are fine although it does often infinite load when I exit a match and I have to kill it and relaunch it to get back to the menu.

Advanced Warfare and beyond absolutely and unashamedly ripped off Titanfall. The lead creators of Titanfall originally designed Modern Warfare and clearly Activision thought they could get back at them by ripping off their formula but using the ever-shrinking clout of the CoD brand to outdo Titanfall's sales numbers.
#17
Spark
BuzzDuraband
Danjw91
adam0812
GOTY. Just outrageous moment to moment gameplay. If you get as far learning slide hopping and air strafing and crank that FOV up to 110 the game feels so damn fast. Takes the COD run and gun style gameplay to the next level.
Is it worth getting? I've never even played the first one.
The first one was awesome, despite it's rapid decline in players. I first played it on PC then moved onto Xbox One. Titanfall 2 is just a completely whole new level of gameplay, it literally is most probably the best multiplayer game I have played this year (sorry Battlefield 1), it wasn't so long ago that Rainbow Six: Siege held that title, but it's becoming increasingly harder and harder to find a game on that.

If you don't own TF2, get it.
The first one is my favourite multiplayer shooter of all time. Only CSGO, Quake Arena and Overwatch have come anywhere near close. I'm also quite fond of BF1 atm but that game tends to annoy me as much as it delights me tbh.
Battlefield is a slog at times. I think its great, just got a dolby atmos receiver, hooked it up to my PC and played BF1 (one of the few games that support it) and the sound is incredible. But half an hour for a game of conquest is bit much sometimes.
1 Like #18
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adam0812
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adam0812
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adam0812
Spark
I have this and I've tried to play it but the KB controls are just awful and I can't find any way to fix them.
What problems are you having? Controls feel amazing for me.
I want the right mouse button to work like the L Trigger on the controller. Right now I have to tap it again to exit zoom. I also preferred how the grenade/ability keys were mapped on the first game.
There are two aim settings on the key bind menu, one should say toggle the other just aim, unbind right mouse from toggle and bind to the other one. All the buttons are remappable so not sure why you're having issues.
I'll have a look tomorrow, thanks. It would be nice if they had included a Titanfall 1 controls option in the menu though since the functionality is pretty much identical anyway. I'm not crazy about using the middle mouse button to activate the cloak either.
I agree it's not the most intuitive, the other decision you will have to make if you decide to try learn slide hopping is whether you prefer to have hold to crouch or toggle. Plenty of good tutorials on youtube, Frothy Omen is probably my fav for PC TF2 players.

I don't tend to crouch much in Titanfall tbh because I move a lot. I got quite good at doing wall running and crazy acrobatics on the first one and never really use a distance weapon.

It probably also says a lot that I have been exclusively playing this game in Angel City 24/7 mode whenever I've been on it over the last week.

I only mention crouching cause you need it to bunny hop. I'm certainly not advocating crouching in the corner :Dhttps://youtu.be/3x_ri07QIR4

For those on the fence about this, let me know what other game you can move like this in! https://twitter.com/Titanfallgame/status/807442255166447616

Edited By: adam0812 on Dec 14, 2016 13:32
#19
adam0812
Spark
BuzzDuraband
Danjw91
adam0812
GOTY. Just outrageous moment to moment gameplay. If you get as far learning slide hopping and air strafing and crank that FOV up to 110 the game feels so damn fast. Takes the COD run and gun style gameplay to the next level.
Is it worth getting? I've never even played the first one.
The first one was awesome, despite it's rapid decline in players. I first played it on PC then moved onto Xbox One. Titanfall 2 is just a completely whole new level of gameplay, it literally is most probably the best multiplayer game I have played this year (sorry Battlefield 1), it wasn't so long ago that Rainbow Six: Siege held that title, but it's becoming increasingly harder and harder to find a game on that.
If you don't own TF2, get it.
The first one is my favourite multiplayer shooter of all time. Only CSGO, Quake Arena and Overwatch have come anywhere near close. I'm also quite fond of BF1 atm but that game tends to annoy me as much as it delights me tbh.
Battlefield is a slog at times. I think its great, just got a dolby atmos receiver, hooked it up to my PC and played BF1 (one of the few games that support it) and the sound is incredible. But half an hour for a game of conquest is bit much sometimes.

I never play Conquest. I either do Domination or occasionally Operations if I'm not pushed for time.

The PC port of BF1 is truly a work of art. On a single 1070 and i7-6400t I get a minimum of 90 fps maxed out at 1440p even in the most detailed and explosive scenes.
1 Like #20
Spark
adam0812
Spark
BuzzDuraband
Danjw91
adam0812
GOTY. Just outrageous moment to moment gameplay. If you get as far learning slide hopping and air strafing and crank that FOV up to 110 the game feels so damn fast. Takes the COD run and gun style gameplay to the next level.
Is it worth getting? I've never even played the first one.
The first one was awesome, despite it's rapid decline in players. I first played it on PC then moved onto Xbox One. Titanfall 2 is just a completely whole new level of gameplay, it literally is most probably the best multiplayer game I have played this year (sorry Battlefield 1), it wasn't so long ago that Rainbow Six: Siege held that title, but it's becoming increasingly harder and harder to find a game on that.
If you don't own TF2, get it.
The first one is my favourite multiplayer shooter of all time. Only CSGO, Quake Arena and Overwatch have come anywhere near close. I'm also quite fond of BF1 atm but that game tends to annoy me as much as it delights me tbh.
Battlefield is a slog at times. I think its great, just got a dolby atmos receiver, hooked it up to my PC and played BF1 (one of the few games that support it) and the sound is incredible. But half an hour for a game of conquest is bit much sometimes.
I never play Conquest. I either do Domination or occasionally Operations if I'm not pushed for time.
The PC port of BF1 is truly a work of art. On a single 1070 and i7-6400t I get a minimum of 90 fps maxed out at 1440p even in the most detailed and explosive scenes.
For sure, amazing piece of code. Very similar specs here 980ti/4790k, I play very high and am usally above 100fps at 1440p.
#21
adam0812
Spark
adam0812
Spark
BuzzDuraband
Danjw91
adam0812
GOTY. Just outrageous moment to moment gameplay. If you get as far learning slide hopping and air strafing and crank that FOV up to 110 the game feels so damn fast. Takes the COD run and gun style gameplay to the next level.
Is it worth getting? I've never even played the first one.
The first one was awesome, despite it's rapid decline in players. I first played it on PC then moved onto Xbox One. Titanfall 2 is just a completely whole new level of gameplay, it literally is most probably the best multiplayer game I have played this year (sorry Battlefield 1), it wasn't so long ago that Rainbow Six: Siege held that title, but it's becoming increasingly harder and harder to find a game on that.
If you don't own TF2, get it.
The first one is my favourite multiplayer shooter of all time. Only CSGO, Quake Arena and Overwatch have come anywhere near close. I'm also quite fond of BF1 atm but that game tends to annoy me as much as it delights me tbh.
Battlefield is a slog at times. I think its great, just got a dolby atmos receiver, hooked it up to my PC and played BF1 (one of the few games that support it) and the sound is incredible. But half an hour for a game of conquest is bit much sometimes.
I never play Conquest. I either do Domination or occasionally Operations if I'm not pushed for time.
The PC port of BF1 is truly a work of art. On a single 1070 and i7-6400t I get a minimum of 90 fps maxed out at 1440p even in the most detailed and explosive scenes.
For sure, amazing piece of code. Very similar specs here 980ti/4790k, I play very high and am usally above 100fps at 1440p.

I was planning to make BF1 my multiplayer game of choice for this Christmas but I'm finding myself being pulled back into Overwatch.
#22
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adam0812
Spark
adam0812
Spark
BuzzDuraband
Danjw91
adam0812
GOTY. Just outrageous moment to moment gameplay. If you get as far learning slide hopping and air strafing and crank that FOV up to 110 the game feels so damn fast. Takes the COD run and gun style gameplay to the next level.
Is it worth getting? I've never even played the first one.
The first one was awesome, despite it's rapid decline in players. I first played it on PC then moved onto Xbox One. Titanfall 2 is just a completely whole new level of gameplay, it literally is most probably the best multiplayer game I have played this year (sorry Battlefield 1), it wasn't so long ago that Rainbow Six: Siege held that title, but it's becoming increasingly harder and harder to find a game on that.
If you don't own TF2, get it.
The first one is my favourite multiplayer shooter of all time. Only CSGO, Quake Arena and Overwatch have come anywhere near close. I'm also quite fond of BF1 atm but that game tends to annoy me as much as it delights me tbh.
Battlefield is a slog at times. I think its great, just got a dolby atmos receiver, hooked it up to my PC and played BF1 (one of the few games that support it) and the sound is incredible. But half an hour for a game of conquest is bit much sometimes.
I never play Conquest. I either do Domination or occasionally Operations if I'm not pushed for time.
The PC port of BF1 is truly a work of art. On a single 1070 and i7-6400t I get a minimum of 90 fps maxed out at 1440p even in the most detailed and explosive scenes.
For sure, amazing piece of code. Very similar specs here 980ti/4790k, I play very high and am usally above 100fps at 1440p.
I was planning to make BF1 my multiplayer game of choice for this Christmas but I'm finding myself being pulled back into Overwatch.
I like Overwatch as well but my friends not so much. This year is the first year since cod4 I haven't bought COD at launch (and dont play to buy it at all) feels quite liberating to be honest!
#23
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adam0812
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adam0812
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Danjw91
adam0812
GOTY. Just outrageous moment to moment gameplay. If you get as far learning slide hopping and air strafing and crank that FOV up to 110 the game feels so damn fast. Takes the COD run and gun style gameplay to the next level.
Is it worth getting? I've never even played the first one.
The first one was awesome, despite it's rapid decline in players. I first played it on PC then moved onto Xbox One. Titanfall 2 is just a completely whole new level of gameplay, it literally is most probably the best multiplayer game I have played this year (sorry Battlefield 1), it wasn't so long ago that Rainbow Six: Siege held that title, but it's becoming increasingly harder and harder to find a game on that.
If you don't own TF2, get it.
The first one is my favourite multiplayer shooter of all time. Only CSGO, Quake Arena and Overwatch have come anywhere near close. I'm also quite fond of BF1 atm but that game tends to annoy me as much as it delights me tbh.
Battlefield is a slog at times. I think its great, just got a dolby atmos receiver, hooked it up to my PC and played BF1 (one of the few games that support it) and the sound is incredible. But half an hour for a game of conquest is bit much sometimes.
I never play Conquest. I either do Domination or occasionally Operations if I'm not pushed for time.
The PC port of BF1 is truly a work of art. On a single 1070 and i7-6400t I get a minimum of 90 fps maxed out at 1440p even in the most detailed and explosive scenes.
For sure, amazing piece of code. Very similar specs here 980ti/4790k, I play very high and am usally above 100fps at 1440p.
I was planning to make BF1 my multiplayer game of choice for this Christmas but I'm finding myself being pulled back into Overwatch.
I like Overwatch as well but my friends not so much. This year is the first year since cod4 I haven't bought COD at launch (and dont play to buy it at all) feels quite liberating to be honest!

I have to play Overwatch alone because only one of my friends has it and he hates it. I have tried playing Infinite Warfare online but it is just far too twitchy for me.
#24
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adam0812
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adam0812
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adam0812
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BuzzDuraband
Danjw91
adam0812
GOTY. Just outrageous moment to moment gameplay. If you get as far learning slide hopping and air strafing and crank that FOV up to 110 the game feels so damn fast. Takes the COD run and gun style gameplay to the next level.
Is it worth getting? I've never even played the first one.
The first one was awesome, despite it's rapid decline in players. I first played it on PC then moved onto Xbox One. Titanfall 2 is just a completely whole new level of gameplay, it literally is most probably the best multiplayer game I have played this year (sorry Battlefield 1), it wasn't so long ago that Rainbow Six: Siege held that title, but it's becoming increasingly harder and harder to find a game on that.
If you don't own TF2, get it.
The first one is my favourite multiplayer shooter of all time. Only CSGO, Quake Arena and Overwatch have come anywhere near close. I'm also quite fond of BF1 atm but that game tends to annoy me as much as it delights me tbh.
Battlefield is a slog at times. I think its great, just got a dolby atmos receiver, hooked it up to my PC and played BF1 (one of the few games that support it) and the sound is incredible. But half an hour for a game of conquest is bit much sometimes.
I never play Conquest. I either do Domination or occasionally Operations if I'm not pushed for time.
The PC port of BF1 is truly a work of art. On a single 1070 and i7-6400t I get a minimum of 90 fps maxed out at 1440p even in the most detailed and explosive scenes.
For sure, amazing piece of code. Very similar specs here 980ti/4790k, I play very high and am usally above 100fps at 1440p.
I was planning to make BF1 my multiplayer game of choice for this Christmas but I'm finding myself being pulled back into Overwatch.
I like Overwatch as well but my friends not so much. This year is the first year since cod4 I haven't bought COD at launch (and dont play to buy it at all) feels quite liberating to be honest!
I have to play Overwatch alone because only one of my friends has it and he hates it. I have tried playing Infinite Warfare online but it is just far too twitchy for me.
Dunno if you noticed but you can now change aim down sight and normal sensitivity independently in TF2 which is nice.
#25
Nice price. Think I'll treat myself for Christmas.
#26
adam0812
Spark
adam0812
Spark
adam0812
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adam0812
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BuzzDuraband
Danjw91
adam0812
GOTY. Just outrageous moment to moment gameplay. If you get as far learning slide hopping and air strafing and crank that FOV up to 110 the game feels so damn fast. Takes the COD run and gun style gameplay to the next level.
Is it worth getting? I've never even played the first one.
The first one was awesome, despite it's rapid decline in players. I first played it on PC then moved onto Xbox One. Titanfall 2 is just a completely whole new level of gameplay, it literally is most probably the best multiplayer game I have played this year (sorry Battlefield 1), it wasn't so long ago that Rainbow Six: Siege held that title, but it's becoming increasingly harder and harder to find a game on that.
If you don't own TF2, get it.
The first one is my favourite multiplayer shooter of all time. Only CSGO, Quake Arena and Overwatch have come anywhere near close. I'm also quite fond of BF1 atm but that game tends to annoy me as much as it delights me tbh.
Battlefield is a slog at times. I think its great, just got a dolby atmos receiver, hooked it up to my PC and played BF1 (one of the few games that support it) and the sound is incredible. But half an hour for a game of conquest is bit much sometimes.
I never play Conquest. I either do Domination or occasionally Operations if I'm not pushed for time.
The PC port of BF1 is truly a work of art. On a single 1070 and i7-6400t I get a minimum of 90 fps maxed out at 1440p even in the most detailed and explosive scenes.
For sure, amazing piece of code. Very similar specs here 980ti/4790k, I play very high and am usally above 100fps at 1440p.
I was planning to make BF1 my multiplayer game of choice for this Christmas but I'm finding myself being pulled back into Overwatch.
I like Overwatch as well but my friends not so much. This year is the first year since cod4 I haven't bought COD at launch (and dont play to buy it at all) feels quite liberating to be honest!
I have to play Overwatch alone because only one of my friends has it and he hates it. I have tried playing Infinite Warfare online but it is just far too twitchy for me.
Dunno if you noticed but you can now change aim down sight and normal sensitivity independently in TF2 which is nice.

I think I need to experiment with it. I really don't want to have to resort to using a controller though.
#27
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adam0812
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adam0812
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adam0812
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adam0812
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BuzzDuraband
Danjw91
adam0812
GOTY. Just outrageous moment to moment gameplay. If you get as far learning slide hopping and air strafing and crank that FOV up to 110 the game feels so damn fast. Takes the COD run and gun style gameplay to the next level.
Is it worth getting? I've never even played the first one.
The first one was awesome, despite it's rapid decline in players. I first played it on PC then moved onto Xbox One. Titanfall 2 is just a completely whole new level of gameplay, it literally is most probably the best multiplayer game I have played this year (sorry Battlefield 1), it wasn't so long ago that Rainbow Six: Siege held that title, but it's becoming increasingly harder and harder to find a game on that.
If you don't own TF2, get it.
The first one is my favourite multiplayer shooter of all time. Only CSGO, Quake Arena and Overwatch have come anywhere near close. I'm also quite fond of BF1 atm but that game tends to annoy me as much as it delights me tbh.
Battlefield is a slog at times. I think its great, just got a dolby atmos receiver, hooked it up to my PC and played BF1 (one of the few games that support it) and the sound is incredible. But half an hour for a game of conquest is bit much sometimes.
I never play Conquest. I either do Domination or occasionally Operations if I'm not pushed for time.
The PC port of BF1 is truly a work of art. On a single 1070 and i7-6400t I get a minimum of 90 fps maxed out at 1440p even in the most detailed and explosive scenes.
For sure, amazing piece of code. Very similar specs here 980ti/4790k, I play very high and am usally above 100fps at 1440p.
I was planning to make BF1 my multiplayer game of choice for this Christmas but I'm finding myself being pulled back into Overwatch.
I like Overwatch as well but my friends not so much. This year is the first year since cod4 I haven't bought COD at launch (and dont play to buy it at all) feels quite liberating to be honest!
I have to play Overwatch alone because only one of my friends has it and he hates it. I have tried playing Infinite Warfare online but it is just far too twitchy for me.
Dunno if you noticed but you can now change aim down sight and normal sensitivity independently in TF2 which is nice.
I think I need to experiment with it. I really don't want to have to resort to using a controller though.
Coming from console I was using a controller even on PC FPS. Bought a nice corsair KB+M and whilst it has been a steep learning curve its so fun to use now I'm a bit more used to it.
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GOTY. Just outrageous moment to moment gameplay. If you get as far learning slide hopping and air strafing and crank that FOV up to 110 the game feels so damn fast. Takes the COD run and gun style gameplay to the next level.
Is it worth getting? I've never even played the first one.
The first one was awesome, despite it's rapid decline in players. I first played it on PC then moved onto Xbox One. Titanfall 2 is just a completely whole new level of gameplay, it literally is most probably the best multiplayer game I have played this year (sorry Battlefield 1), it wasn't so long ago that Rainbow Six: Siege held that title, but it's becoming increasingly harder and harder to find a game on that.
If you don't own TF2, get it.
The first one is my favourite multiplayer shooter of all time. Only CSGO, Quake Arena and Overwatch have come anywhere near close. I'm also quite fond of BF1 atm but that game tends to annoy me as much as it delights me tbh.
Battlefield is a slog at times. I think its great, just got a dolby atmos receiver, hooked it up to my PC and played BF1 (one of the few games that support it) and the sound is incredible. But half an hour for a game of conquest is bit much sometimes.
I never play Conquest. I either do Domination or occasionally Operations if I'm not pushed for time.
The PC port of BF1 is truly a work of art. On a single 1070 and i7-6400t I get a minimum of 90 fps maxed out at 1440p even in the most detailed and explosive scenes.
For sure, amazing piece of code. Very similar specs here 980ti/4790k, I play very high and am usally above 100fps at 1440p.
I was planning to make BF1 my multiplayer game of choice for this Christmas but I'm finding myself being pulled back into Overwatch.
I like Overwatch as well but my friends not so much. This year is the first year since cod4 I haven't bought COD at launch (and dont play to buy it at all) feels quite liberating to be honest!
I have to play Overwatch alone because only one of my friends has it and he hates it. I have tried playing Infinite Warfare online but it is just far too twitchy for me.
Dunno if you noticed but you can now change aim down sight and normal sensitivity independently in TF2 which is nice.
I think I need to experiment with it. I really don't want to have to resort to using a controller though.
Coming from console I was using a controller even on PC FPS. Bought a nice corsair KB+M and whilst it has been a steep learning curve its so fun to use now I'm a bit more used to it.

I bought a refurbed Corsair cherry MX keyboard from Scan a couple of years ago. It felt like an extravagant and pointless purchase at the time but now using a controller feels wrong and dirty. X)
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GOTY. Just outrageous moment to moment gameplay. If you get as far learning slide hopping and air strafing and crank that FOV up to 110 the game feels so damn fast. Takes the COD run and gun style gameplay to the next level.
Is it worth getting? I've never even played the first one.
The first one was awesome, despite it's rapid decline in players. I first played it on PC then moved onto Xbox One. Titanfall 2 is just a completely whole new level of gameplay, it literally is most probably the best multiplayer game I have played this year (sorry Battlefield 1), it wasn't so long ago that Rainbow Six: Siege held that title, but it's becoming increasingly harder and harder to find a game on that.
If you don't own TF2, get it.
The first one is my favourite multiplayer shooter of all time. Only CSGO, Quake Arena and Overwatch have come anywhere near close. I'm also quite fond of BF1 atm but that game tends to annoy me as much as it delights me tbh.
Battlefield is a slog at times. I think its great, just got a dolby atmos receiver, hooked it up to my PC and played BF1 (one of the few games that support it) and the sound is incredible. But half an hour for a game of conquest is bit much sometimes.
I never play Conquest. I either do Domination or occasionally Operations if I'm not pushed for time.
The PC port of BF1 is truly a work of art. On a single 1070 and i7-6400t I get a minimum of 90 fps maxed out at 1440p even in the most detailed and explosive scenes.
For sure, amazing piece of code. Very similar specs here 980ti/4790k, I play very high and am usally above 100fps at 1440p.
I was planning to make BF1 my multiplayer game of choice for this Christmas but I'm finding myself being pulled back into Overwatch.
I like Overwatch as well but my friends not so much. This year is the first year since cod4 I haven't bought COD at launch (and dont play to buy it at all) feels quite liberating to be honest!
I have to play Overwatch alone because only one of my friends has it and he hates it. I have tried playing Infinite Warfare online but it is just far too twitchy for me.
Dunno if you noticed but you can now change aim down sight and normal sensitivity independently in TF2 which is nice.
I think I need to experiment with it. I really don't want to have to resort to using a controller though.
Coming from console I was using a controller even on PC FPS. Bought a nice corsair KB+M and whilst it has been a steep learning curve its so fun to use now I'm a bit more used to it.
I bought a refurbed Corsair cherry MX keyboard from Scan a couple of years ago. It felt like an extravagant and pointless purchase at the time but now using a controller feels wrong and dirty. X)
I'm a bit fan of overpriced peripherals. Also got an elite controller and tournament grade arcade stick ha.
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GOTY. Just outrageous moment to moment gameplay. If you get as far learning slide hopping and air strafing and crank that FOV up to 110 the game feels so damn fast. Takes the COD run and gun style gameplay to the next level.
Is it worth getting? I've never even played the first one.
The first one was awesome, despite it's rapid decline in players. I first played it on PC then moved onto Xbox One. Titanfall 2 is just a completely whole new level of gameplay, it literally is most probably the best multiplayer game I have played this year (sorry Battlefield 1), it wasn't so long ago that Rainbow Six: Siege held that title, but it's becoming increasingly harder and harder to find a game on that.
If you don't own TF2, get it.
The first one is my favourite multiplayer shooter of all time. Only CSGO, Quake Arena and Overwatch have come anywhere near close. I'm also quite fond of BF1 atm but that game tends to annoy me as much as it delights me tbh.
Battlefield is a slog at times. I think its great, just got a dolby atmos receiver, hooked it up to my PC and played BF1 (one of the few games that support it) and the sound is incredible. But half an hour for a game of conquest is bit much sometimes.
I never play Conquest. I either do Domination or occasionally Operations if I'm not pushed for time.
The PC port of BF1 is truly a work of art. On a single 1070 and i7-6400t I get a minimum of 90 fps maxed out at 1440p even in the most detailed and explosive scenes.
For sure, amazing piece of code. Very similar specs here 980ti/4790k, I play very high and am usally above 100fps at 1440p.
I was planning to make BF1 my multiplayer game of choice for this Christmas but I'm finding myself being pulled back into Overwatch.
I like Overwatch as well but my friends not so much. This year is the first year since cod4 I haven't bought COD at launch (and dont play to buy it at all) feels quite liberating to be honest!
I have to play Overwatch alone because only one of my friends has it and he hates it. I have tried playing Infinite Warfare online but it is just far too twitchy for me.
Dunno if you noticed but you can now change aim down sight and normal sensitivity independently in TF2 which is nice.
I think I need to experiment with it. I really don't want to have to resort to using a controller though.
Coming from console I was using a controller even on PC FPS. Bought a nice corsair KB+M and whilst it has been a steep learning curve its so fun to use now I'm a bit more used to it.
I bought a refurbed Corsair cherry MX keyboard from Scan a couple of years ago. It felt like an extravagant and pointless purchase at the time but now using a controller feels wrong and dirty. X)
I'm a bit fan of overpriced peripherals. Also got an elite controller and tournament grade arcade stick ha.

The keyboard has been my most extravagant purchase tbh. I keep looking at fancy expensive mice but my current mouse was a present so that's helping to restrain me. X)
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I have this and I've tried to play it but the KB controls are just awful and I can't find any way to fix them.
What problems are you having? Controls feel amazing for me.
I want the right mouse button to work like the L Trigger on the controller. Right now I have to tap it again to exit zoom. I also preferred how the grenade/ability keys were mapped on the first game.
There are two aim settings on the key bind menu, one should say toggle the other just aim, unbind right mouse from toggle and bind to the other one. All the buttons are remappable so not sure why you're having issues.
I'll have a look tomorrow, thanks. It would be nice if they had included a Titanfall 1 controls option in the menu though since the functionality is pretty much identical anyway. I'm not crazy about using the middle mouse button to activate the cloak either.
I agree it's not the most intuitive, the other decision you will have to make if you decide to try learn slide hopping is whether you prefer to have hold to crouch or toggle. Plenty of good tutorials on youtube, Frothy Omen is probably my fav for PC TF2 players.
I don't tend to crouch much in Titanfall tbh because I move a lot. I got quite good at doing wall running and crazy acrobatics on the first one and never really use a distance weapon.
It probably also says a lot that I have been exclusively playing this game in Angel City 24/7 mode whenever I've been on it over the last week.
I only mention crouching cause you need it to bunny hop. I'm certainly not advocating crouching in the corner :Dhttps://youtu.be/3x_ri07QIR4
For those on the fence about this, let me know what other game you can move like this in! https://twitter.com/Titanfallgame/status/807442255166447616

Seems a bit too fast paced for me haha
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I have this and I've tried to play it but the KB controls are just awful and I can't find any way to fix them.
What problems are you having? Controls feel amazing for me.
I want the right mouse button to work like the L Trigger on the controller. Right now I have to tap it again to exit zoom. I also preferred how the grenade/ability keys were mapped on the first game.
There are two aim settings on the key bind menu, one should say toggle the other just aim, unbind right mouse from toggle and bind to the other one. All the buttons are remappable so not sure why you're having issues.
I'll have a look tomorrow, thanks. It would be nice if they had included a Titanfall 1 controls option in the menu though since the functionality is pretty much identical anyway. I'm not crazy about using the middle mouse button to activate the cloak either.
I agree it's not the most intuitive, the other decision you will have to make if you decide to try learn slide hopping is whether you prefer to have hold to crouch or toggle. Plenty of good tutorials on youtube, Frothy Omen is probably my fav for PC TF2 players.
I don't tend to crouch much in Titanfall tbh because I move a lot. I got quite good at doing wall running and crazy acrobatics on the first one and never really use a distance weapon.
It probably also says a lot that I have been exclusively playing this game in Angel City 24/7 mode whenever I've been on it over the last week.
I only mention crouching cause you need it to bunny hop. I'm certainly not advocating crouching in the corner :Dhttps://youtu.be/3x_ri07QIR4
For those on the fence about this, let me know what other game you can move like this in! https://twitter.com/Titanfallgame/status/807442255166447616
Seems a bit too fast paced for me haha
TBF it's quite hard to go that fast. So it wont be like that for you ha.
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Brilliant game, do yourself a favour and play with a pad.
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Brilliant game, do yourself a favour and play with a pad.

WASH YOUR MOUTH OUT WITH SOAP YOUNG MAN!!!!

:D
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People in this thread are overhyping it a bit too much. Decent game, campaign mainly was awesome. Multiplayer is pretty meh, just another dumbed down shooter multiplayer which gets boring and repetitive after a few hours. This will defo get cheaper so I would wait.
#36
Bought and Played for about an hour last week. Its a good game especially the campaign BUT, The only part of Titanfall 1 I played was Frontier Defence and they haven't included it! :( Very disappointed.
#37
Ps4? Xbox? Oh.... PC :(
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Brilliant game, do yourself a favour and play with a pad.
WASH YOUR MOUTH OUT WITH SOAP YOUNG MAN!!!!:D
Nah, it's good. Don't be tiresome.

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