Titanfall 2’s Latest Free DLC Monarch’s Reign Brings New Titan and Classic Map Tomorrow

Titanfall 2 DLC Monarch's Reign gets new gameplay trailer ahead of tomorrow's release where it will bring a new multiplayer Titan and a new, remastered classic map to PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

on May 25, 2017 1:25 PM

Tomorrow, Titanfall 2’s latest free batch of DLC — titled Monarch’s Reign — hits PS4, Xbox One, and PC, but before it does that, developer Respawn Entertainment and publisher EA have released a new gameplay trailer centered around the DLC.

The DLC perhaps most notably features the addition of the 7th multiplayer Titan: Moarch. According to Respawn, the Monarch is the IMC’s attempt to reverse-engineer the Militia’s Vanguard-class Titan with a decided focus on flexibility through survival and support options. Described as “unlike any other Titan” the Monarch comes packing a unique Upgrade Corem which allows her to improve her combat abilities during a battle based on options set by her pilot. Further, it has the ability to draw power from enemy Titans to recharge her own shields, or the shields of her friendly Titans.

The DLC also brings the return of Relic: a classic map from the first game that is set among the old wreck of the IMC carrier, IMS Odyssey. Fully remastered, the map notably features a worksite where Pilots have created clever wall running routes by hanging pieces of the wreckage between buildings.

Of course there will also be new cosmetic items for purchase, including the debut of Ronin Prime and Tone Prime. According to Respawn, Ronin Prime charges the field with a samurai-inspired aesthetic including a visual-upgrade for his sword. There will also be a new Monarch’s Reign Camo Pack, inspired by World War 2 “dazzle camouflage.” Lastly, new Art Packs and Callsign Packs for each Titan will be available.

Titanfall 2 is available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Below, you can check out the newly released gameplay trailer that highlights Monarch’s Reign:

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