Respawn: Some Of The Titanfall 2 Multiplayer Maps Are Focused On Chaining Wallruns

Titanfall 2 is one of the most anticipated first person shooters of this year. As the release for the game is getting closer, developer Respawn Entertainment is revealing new info about Titanfall 2.

In the recent tech test some of the players did not like the maps due to less spots for chaining wall-runs. According to Respawn, some of the Titanfall 2 multiplayer maps will be heavily focused on wall-runs while others won’t.

Speaking with Playstationlifestyle, Respawn’s Art Director Joel Emslie, and Chief Operating Officer Dusty Welch, discussed what does Titanfall 2 multiplayer maps will offer.

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When asked that Homestead map offer very little wall running, Welch said that gamers need to understand that different maps are to accommodate different play styles.

I think first, people haven’t seen this, but we offer a wide variety of maps that accommodate different play styles. Some of them are very heavily focused in chaining wall runs together and playing that way. You’ll see those pretty soon. Maps we showed in the tech test were shown for different purposes — for testing out different gameplay elements.

Emslie further added that Homestead map designer, Jeff Smith, is one of the best multiplayer map designers in the game industry.

eah, the designer that did Homestead, Jeff Smith, he’s responsible for some of the best multiplayer maps in the industry. He was on [Call of Duty 4] with us he did Crash and Backlot and a lot of really killer multiplayer maps. I think he was really focused on each environment having its own identity and how a Titan would play on that map, with a pilot.

He also said that players will see some Titanfall 2 multiplayer maps that will be heavily focused on Titans and others that will be focused for wall-running.

You’ll see maps that are more focused on Titan play and others that are heavy on wallrunning. But it’s really… it’s in an effort to create a group of maps where you’re not always doing the exact same thing. You learn the maps and use different tactical abilities and Titans to take advantage of those maps.

Titanfall 2 is scheduled to release on October 28, 2016 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.