According to their latest financial report, EA will be releasing Titanfall 2 later this fall, roughly at the same as time as Battlefield 1.

Titanfall 2, the sequel to the first person shooter that combined epic mech suits with Call of Duty-like action, is set to release in the third fiscal quarter of 2016, according to EA CEO Andrew Wilson. Basically, this means that the game will be released between October and December of this year.

The official report also revealed some big releases that are planned for the rest of the fiscal year, which include the newest EA Sports titles and the upcoming Mass Effect Andromeda.

Very little has been revealed about Respawn Entertainment’s Titanfall 2 so far, as we are still a few weeks away from the official reveal. However, if the Battlefield 1 world premiere anything to go by, we can expect a lot more than a teaser trailer.

Titanfall 2 will be available later this fall for the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.


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