Titanfall 2 Toys Release Coincides With Game Release

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Last Updated on May 10, 2021 by Danielle

Titanfall 2 Toys

Titanfall 2 Toys are coming from McFarlane Toys.

McFarlane Toys will be creating figures based on Electronic Arts and Respawn’s Titanfall 2. The figures will be released in time for the game’s release in winter 2016. The Titanfall figures arriving this winter will be 7-inch figures based on the new game. In fact, our sources reveal that the Titanfall 2 toys release will coincide with the game’s release.  If you’re a Titanfall fan and that news doesn’t excite you, then we don’t know what will.  Fans of the video game will love these hot toys for 2021.

McFarlane Toys CEO and owner called this a perfect fit and hyped up the sequel to the original Titanfall, which sold over 10 million units.

The new game is expected to blow away the old game by leaps and bounds. The developer’s vision is to deliver a story of “grand, global colonial warfare, recapturing the American Revolution and American Civil War in space”. McFarlane didn’t want to reveal any spoilers about the upcoming game; however, he teased gamers saying you’re not going to believe where they are going to take this.

This could be some pre-marketing hype for the Titanfall 2 toys and the game. Titanfall 2 will include a single-player campaign and is expected to be released by the end of the year. Titanfall 2 will not be an Xbox-exclusive, as it will be released on all major platforms. Stay tuned for developments on changes to the release date for Titanfall 2 and the Titanfall 2 toys.

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