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Respawn Entertainment has announced that Titanfall‘s June update will add two new game modes, Titan Burn Cards, Titan customization, and more.

The first new game mode is Marked for Death, a 6v6 mode where one player on each team is “marked for death.” Teams will need to make the decision whether to protect their own marked pilot or go after the enemy team’s. Points are awarded for kills, deaths, protecting targeted teammate and surviving as marked player. Once a marked pilot is killed, new pilots are randomly selected to be marked and the cycle starts again until the end of the match.

Next up is Wingman Last Titan Standing. This mode is a 2v2 version of Last Titan Standing. “It’s our first non 6v6 mode and relies on teamwork and strategy. Great for players who want to play an even more tactical version of LTS,” the developer explained.

As well as these two new modes, the update also adds Burn Cards for Titans that include amped weapons and enhanced Titan abilities. Finally, the ability to customize Titans is being added. Following the update, players will be able to select from one of three voice packs for their Titan: “Betty” the original voice, or one of two new additions, “Lisa” and “Jeeves.” Also, players can select decals for the front of their Titan, which are unlocked by completing in-game challenges.

The update is set to hit Xbox One and PC later this month, with Xbox 360 following shortly after.

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Titanfall June update to add Marked for Death and Wingman LTS game modes

By Matthew Bennett | 06/11/2014 11:06 AM PT

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Respawn Entertainment has announced that Titanfall‘s June update will add two new game modes, Titan Burn Cards, Titan customization, and more.

The first new game mode is Marked for Death, a 6v6 mode where one player on each team is “marked for death.” Teams will need to make the decision whether to protect their own marked pilot or go after the enemy team’s. Points are awarded for kills, deaths, protecting targeted teammate and surviving as marked player. Once a marked pilot is killed, new pilots are randomly selected to be marked and the cycle starts again until the end of the match.

Next up is Wingman Last Titan Standing. This mode is a 2v2 version of Last Titan Standing. “It’s our first non 6v6 mode and relies on teamwork and strategy. Great for players who want to play an even more tactical version of LTS,” the developer explained.

As well as these two new modes, the update also adds Burn Cards for Titans that include amped weapons and enhanced Titan abilities. Finally, the ability to customize Titans is being added. Following the update, players will be able to select from one of three voice packs for their Titan: “Betty” the original voice, or one of two new additions, “Lisa” and “Jeeves.” Also, players can select decals for the front of their Titan, which are unlocked by completing in-game challenges.

The update is set to hit Xbox One and PC later this month, with Xbox 360 following shortly after.

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89