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Titanfall will have 15 maps, 33 weapons and splitscreen

Titanfall will have 15 maps, 33 weapons and splitscreen

Titanfall will feature many more maps than just Fracture and Angel City (pictured) which we've seen so far.

The full release of Titanfall will feature 15 maps and 33 weapons according to data mined from the beta release.

A NeoGAF user used a hex decoder to interrogate the code included in the PC version of the Titanfall beta release, pulling out the names of new maps and weapons. Other users have since added to the post with introductory pictures of the maps and some artistic screenshots from them too.

There are also reports that the game will feature a splitscreen mode, though this contradicts what developer Respawn Entertainment has previously said so we're a little more sceptical on that one.

The wealth of extra content will go some way to reassuring users, such as ourselves, that the full game will at least have the quantity of content to justify a full AAA-game asking price, even if we cant yet vouch for the quality of the content.

The full list of maps is Angel City, Colony, Fracture, Relic, Airbase, Boneyard, Corporate, Outpost 207, Lagoon, Rise, Smugglers Cove, Overlook, Nexus, O2 and Training Ground. Angel City, Fracture and Training Ground are included in the beta, leaving 12 other new maps to explore. Obvious potential highlights include Corporate, which includes a large skyscraper, Boneyard, which has masses of rock formations, and Smugglers Cove which appears to centre around a large wall, which could be great fun for wall-running.

As for weapons, the list is rather longer and less easy to read so we've reproduced it in list form below. Here the most intriguing additions are what appears to be a Titan sniper rifle and a Sentry Turret for Pilots.

Also revealed are the full list of game modes and a list of the perks available for Titans and Pilots, all of which are listed at the end.

The Titanfall beta opened over the weekend on both PC and Xbox One. After an initial limited release the Xbox One version was made available to anyone, suggesting the game is so far proving more stable than one of its likely big rivals (even though they're both published by EA), Battlefield 4, whose launch has been plagued with issues.

The beta will be closing on 19th February.

Maps:
  • angel city
  • colony
  • fracture
  • relic
  • airbase
  • boneyard
  • corporate
  • outpost 207
  • lagoon
  • rise
  • smugglers cove
  • overlook
  • nexus
  • o2
  • training ground


Weapons:
  • p2011
  • p2011sp
  • p2011_auto
  • w1128
  • r97
  • b3wing
  • rspn101_carbine
  • m1a1_hemlok
  • lmg_hemlok
  • g2a4
  • car101
  • rspn101
  • at_rifle
  • rspn101_dmr
  • SMR
  • satchel_charge
  • data_knife
  • titan_vortex_blocker
  • xotbr16
  • thr_40mm
  • caber_shot
  • proximity_detonator
  • frag_grenade
  • defender_charge
  • shoulder_rocket
  • sentry_turret
  • auto_rocket_launcher
  • titan_triple_threat
  • titan_sniper_rifle
  • titan_rocket_pod
  • titan_arc_rifle
  • titan_sniper_rifle
  • titan_shotgun


Game Modes:
  • AT - Attrition?
  • TDM - Team Deathmatch?
  • CTF - Capture the Flag?
  • LTS - Last Titan Standing?
  • HP- Hardpoint Capture?
  • VM - Variety Mode (a mix of all the other modes listed, sans campaign)
  • Campaign Multiplayer


Perks:
  • auto_eject - Auto Eject
  • build_up_nuclear_core - Nuclear Ejection
  • dash_recharge
  • dead_mans_trigger
  • defensive_core
  • doomed_time - Survivor
  • enhanced_titan_ai
  • fast_reload - Fast Autoloader
  • hyper_core
  • icepick
  • longer_bubble - Dome Shield Battery
  • marathon_core
  • minimap_ai - Minion Detector
  • ordnance_pack - Explosive Pack
  • power_cell - Power Cell
  • run_and_gun
  • shield_regen - Regen Booster
  • stealth_movement
  • titan_punch
  • turbo_drop - Warpfall Transmitter
  • wall_runner - Enhanced Parkour kit

8 Comments

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matee 17th February 2014, 13:25 Quote
Usually not a huge multilayer FPS fan. I don't play that many of them, so usually getting killed pretty quickly.
Titanfall however is so much fun I did preorder it.
rollo 17th February 2014, 14:34 Quote
COD with Robots whats not to like to be honest. Big Battlefield fans will likely hate it but its a fun game for a few hrs here and there. If thats enough to warrant a purchase then people will buy it.

COD itself is similar in such bursts.
damien c 17th February 2014, 14:43 Quote
I honestly didn't think I was going to like it because of the matchmaking and the whole 6v6 thing with AI bots.

I have thoroughly enjoyed the beta, and will be pre-ordering it at the end of this month when I get paid.

Might even book the release day of work and the day after.
SinxarKnights 17th February 2014, 18:54 Quote
Titanfall will have 15 maps, 33 weapons and splitscreen as day one DLC. Thats how I read it. Hopefully not true but that seems to be the big thing these days.
r3loaded 17th February 2014, 19:34 Quote
Quote:
the full game will at least have the quantity of content to justify a full AAA-game asking price
That may be, but here in PC-land the price of a brand new AAA game is £30. They're trying to charge £45 for it, which is appropriate for a console game but definitely not for a PC game (an increase of 50%). As it stands, even though I've enjoyed the beta I won't be buying because I actually cannot afford to buy this game.
Star*Dagger 17th February 2014, 22:03 Quote
/././.
xaser04 18th February 2014, 10:21 Quote
Been really enjoying the Open Beta on the Xbone so this is a purchase for me.

Looking forward to trying out the additional maps.
SchizoFrog 18th February 2014, 11:06 Quote
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Originally Posted by r3loaded
Quote:
the full game will at least have the quantity of content to justify a full AAA-game asking price
That may be, but here in PC-land the price of a brand new AAA game is £30. They're trying to charge £45 for it, which is appropriate for a console game but definitely not for a PC game (an increase of 50%). As it stands, even though I've enjoyed the beta I won't be buying because I actually cannot afford to buy this game.

Not strictly true. RRP can be whatever and is usually more than £30 even for PC titles, however, you can buy (pre-order) Titanfall on the PC today at Amazon (and actually get a physical purchase as opposed to Steams digital one) for a mere £34.99.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Electronic-Arts-Titanfall-PC-DVD/dp/B00CMJ1CWW/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1392721469&sr=8-1&keywords=titanfall+pc
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