How To Move Like A Pro In Titanfall

How To Move Like A Pro In Titanfall

Movement is everything in Titanfall. A good player knows how to get around the map with ease, sometimes without ever touching the ground. If you've been having trouble with movement, there's good news: you can learn how to expertly use your jumps, wall-running and jetpacks in Titanfall with some help.

YouTube user arCtiCvBi, a former MLG pro player, in conjunction with Skyllus, a teammate, have started a great tutorial series on movement in Titanfall, and it's definitely worth a watch. This first video breaks down the differences between all the different types of movement in the game, and it even teaches you how to do tricks like the bunny hop — a tactic that is becoming highly popular amongst Titanfall diehards. This initial video is on the 'basics,' but even so, I still learned a a few things.

arCtiCvBi will be uploading more in-depth tutorials in the coming days, so you should make sure to check out their YouTube channel. We'll be updating this post with future videos on the movement part of this series, too. If previous videos like his series on Gears of War are any indication, future Titanfall videos will be highly educational.

Titanfall Lessons - Episode #1 - Movement Basics [arCtiCvBi]


Comments

    Am I right in thinking the STIM perk only works when running on the ground, giving you no bonus in the air or wallrunning?

      I think it makes you go faster on walls. The guy has a video on STIM, so watch that if you don't believe me.

      Makes you faster on walls and if you are already moving quickly from using STIM, you carry that momentum into the air.

      I generally use it after a wall run, as I'm about to hit the ground. It keeps your speed up for the flat run, jumps you faster and further into the next wall run and then speeds you up again off that into the air. If you do it right, you can cover half a map in about 15 seconds.

    Just having watched this video and having it in the back of my mind made me eleventy billion times better at wall running in Titanfall. I'm not really sure if the bunny hopping works on console though, team mates would consistently be running the exact same speed I was bunny hopping. Might be a PC glitch.

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