Respawn Entertainment has been casually releasing free content for members of the Titanfall 2
community. Aside from casual free DLC, rumors sparked the internet regarding the cooperative AI Frontier Defense mode featured in the original. Today Respawn confirms the rumor as new details surrounding Operation Frontier Shield update were revealed.
Fans of the series have been patiently waiting for a PvE game mode since the initial release. Wait no longer as the latest update will feature a new four player co-op horde mode titled Frontier Defense. The mode offers waves of enemies, new titan progression and more. Check out the trailer below.
If that wasn’t enough, the upcoming update will also add Rise and Township maps.
Live Fire Map: Township
Long sight lines and tight quarters dictate the battle in this abandoned desert reservoir. The towering, sheer walls and a system of convenient zip lines provide Pilots with means to get around quickly while Titans do battle in the long corridors below. Pilots can also set up ambushes in the guts of this complex pipeworks, while titans can lock down large sections of the battlefield at critical junctures. Tread carefully.
A new modular construction of a residential firefight. Cover is sparse for Pilots bold enough to leave the safety of a few houses. Windows and rooftops decide who controls the map, but dense interiors can always hold surprises.
For players who don’t own Titanfall 2
, a free weekend will be all available for all platforms starting July 28th and ending on the 30th. The trial will offer full multiplayer, training module and a single player mission as well. The demo of the title is already available for those aiming the get the most out of the shooter before the weekend hits.
The Operation Frontier Shield update launches on July 25th