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Sgt_Prof
Sgt_Prof Sep 14 2014, 3:07am says:

BF2143 hints ?

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Jinzz
Jinzz Sep 14 2014, 5:33pm says:

This version of the Titan I bet they'll attempt to replace the old Titan with in BF2143 (and I bet that'll be re-titled "Battlefield 5" as well to avoid confusion, at least EA will likely pressure DICE if they don't like the idea).

The older version of the Titan didn't allow fixed-wing aircraft, this one does. With the introduction of jets into BF3 and everyone going "wowwww, coooool, jet fiiighterrrs", they'll likely keep them (but all futuristic, obviously) otherwise it'll be seen as going a step backwards. This Titan design allows fixed-wing aircraft to be able to take off unlike the last one.

The older Titan may appear in the sequel (maybe in the background, on specific maps or in the singleplayer campaign), but this will be the new, important one.

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HartLord
HartLord Sep 15 2014, 7:44am replied:

I'm pretty sure a runway is "realistically" inferior to the easily shielded hangar they have on the 2142 Titan, but I would bet you're right. Rule of cool comes first, although I would find it amusing if the runway could be strafed.

I suspect this Titan will have inferior weapons to the 2142 one, although we will see.

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FoxFort
FoxFort Sep 15 2014, 4:17am says:

BF 2143 is coming and it's gonna be a cold year. YEAH !!!

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elMengu
elMengu Sep 16 2014, 6:46am says:

Judging by the logo in the blueprint this must be the PAC titan.

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