||For sure. It was weird, because that was probably one of the smaller multiplayer sessions I’ve had in my life, but I felt like I was never wanting for a fight. And the map was far from tiny, too. It really felt like a hybrid of single-player, where you have a lot of relatively predictable, low-health opponents, and multiplayer, where you’re on a level playing field against a select few. There were times when that distinction started to get blurry for me, which was a fantastic surprise. I’m really curious to see how the quote-unquote campaign multiplayer side of things plays out over the entire game. We saw a bit of it, with an objective being introduced as we landed and the losing team having to get to an evac ship to retreat after the match proper had ended, but that’s really my only lingering question about Titanfall. I’m sold on everything else. Alpha or not, I could play the same match on the same map a hundred times over and never get tired of it. The gameplay is just that good.