Titanfall Beta was a Blast
After a healthy amount of time playing the Titanfall beta, I have concluded that when March 11 arrives my life will drastically change. What was once a boring shooting experience on the Xbox One will become an orgy of fun and chaos in the form of Pilots & Titans. In this post, I will review my favorite class setups, discuss my personal stats and share some of the coolest burn cards I earned throughout the Titanfall beta.
Typically, I tend to favor a class that has the ability to strike quickly and then escape just as fast. Both of my class setups for Pilot and Titan provided that exact feeling. These classes are all about annoying opponents and throwing them off their game. (Think, “Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee.”) Prepare to receive some expletives from your opponents if you use these classes properly.
This class utilizes the R-101C Carbine with the Holosight to allow for long distance firefights. The extended magazine packs that extra punch that can help you rack up double and triple kills with just one clip. The Archer Heavy Rocket allows for quick shots and massive damage. It also draws a lot less attention to your current position than the other available Anti-Titan Weapon, the Sidewinder. The Hammond P2011 is a great sidearm and comes in handy, even at long range.
This class makes use of the 40 MM Cannon with the Burst Fire attachment. This attachment makes for a powerful Titan v. Titan weapon at both long and short range. A little tip that drastically improved my success rate with this build was a focus on head shots and shield conservation. The Electric Smoke is essentially the world’s best way to remove a rodeoing enemy Pilot and creates a great distraction when you are in a bind. The Rocket Salvo provides excellent cover fire and make mince meat out of enemy minions and Pilots. For your Titan’s kit, go with the Fast Autoloader (who doesn’t love more rockets?) and Survivor for those clutch moments where one more second is all you need to kill the enemy.
So without any further ado, my beta stats:
Conclusion: Titanfall Beta
Overall, I very much enjoyed my time with the Titanfall Beta and can only image the fun to be had with the full version. Hopefully you enjoyed reading through my adventures over the past days and if you would like to share your own stats, please feel free to post in the comment below!
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