Titanfall 2 will hit PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One on Oct. 28, and the game will ship with a "full single-player campaign."
The news on Respawn Entertainment and Electronic Arts' sequel comes from a live broadcast on YouTube ahead of the publisher's EA Play event. The company posted its rehearsals, apparently unintentionally, on YouTube alongside a new trailer for the single-player campaign.
According to details from the stream, Titanfall 2 will come with "expanded pilot gameplay, more customization options and a deeper progression system" and six new Titans. The game's single-player campaign — which can be played offline — has been "crafted to dive deeper into the Titanfall universe" and explore the bond between Pilot and Titan.
Prior to the game's October launch, Respawn will release a multiplayer technical test for Titanfall 2, EA said. Players can register for that multiplayer test on the game's official website.
Update: EA and Respawn released an official version of the Titanfall 2 single-player trailer shortly after the leak. A brief glimpse at multiplayer, and the game's rumored grappling hook gameplay, can be seen at the end.