Titanfall 2 Singleplayer Campaign Features Dialogue Trees
According to a recent campaign preview of the game, the main campaign of the upcoming Titanfall 2 will feature dialogue trees.
Destructoid recently posted a preview of Titanfall 2 singleplayer campaign which features the dialogue trees.
Titanfall 2 Singleplayer Campaign Dialogue Choices
As noted in the preview, while talking to their robot BT, players can press up/down to select a phrase, resulting in the direct or snarky comments that adds unanticipated humor to the situation. Here is an excerpt from the preview:
“I wasn’t expecting the dialogue trees, though: when BT asks questions or tells you where to go, you can press up or down on the d-pad to select a phrase, usually in the direct or snarky categories. This also led to unanticipated humor, such as this little exchange:
Cooper: So how long did you know Lastimosa, BT?
BT: Nine-hundred-and-seventy-three Earth days.
Cooper: That’s a longer relationship than I’ve ever had.
While that might not be hilarious on the page, the two actors nailed the delivery and elicited a laugh from the crowd. This wasn’t rare, either. Later, when BT says that the only way across is a fastball special, Cooper is afraid and asks what the consequences could be. BT calmly lists all of the horrible ways his fleshy friend could die, again earning a laugh. I’m hoping the game keeps up this unexpected lightheartedness.”
According to Game Director Steve Fukuda, the choices do not change the outcome of the game and are only there to give you a fun way banter with BT:
“That’s why we provided players a few responses to choose from when talking to BT. While these dialogue options don’t change the outcome of the game, they give you a fun way to banter with BT by choosing the tone that best reflects your own personality.”
Aside from Titanfall 2 campaign dialogue trees, it seems the action between Pilot and Titan gameplay is well divided. The characters look well fleshed-out, as evident from the excerpt above.
In relevant Titanfall 2 news, the game is expected to receive its multiplayer reveal on Aug. 16, 2016. The studio has also promised to reveal details regarding an upcoming beta soon. To find out more, head over to the post!
Being developed by Respawn Entertainment, Titanfall 2 is scheduled to release on Oct. 28, 2016 for PC, Playstation 4, and Xbox One.