The Executive Producer of Titanfall 2, Drew McCoy, has revealed that the sequel’s campaign will be around eight hours long.
The news came during a Titanfall 2 event last week in downtown Los Angeles. McCoy also gave some insight into the campaign’s pacing at the event, explaining that the game will include puzzle-like navigation through environments and significant sequences of dialogue between Pilot and Titan, “There’s a lot of downtime. There’s no dialogue or explosions for minutes at a time.”
“It’ll be plus or minus [eight hours], depending on how good you are or the level of difficulty you’re playing on.” Game Director, Steve Fukuda added, “It’s a very solid campaign, though.”
The Titanfall 2 campaign will focus on the relationship between Militia Rifleman-turned-Pilot, Jack Cooper, and Titan, BT-7274. The main story will be explored and told through an almost buddy cop/road movie narrative allowing the players to experience the relationship between Titan and Pilot and their struggles along the way.
As well as the main narrative, a dialogue tree was shown allowing Cooper to respond to BT a number of different ways. However, neither developer would comment if these choices would have an effect on the story later on.
Earlier this week a number of videos were released showcasing the new single-player aspect of the game giving fans a preview of what’s to come. You can find a 4K video of the campaign below.