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Electronic Arts is hiding announcement event later today to talk about all of its upcoming games, and that includes Titanfall 2. But we actually got an early look because someone at EA forgot to turn the cameras off while testing its livestream on YouTube.

Titanfall 2 is coming soon from EA, and developer Respawn Entertainment, and — unlike its predecessor — it will feature a single-player campaign. As part of the test for its media briefing before the Electronic Entertainment Expo trade show in Los Angeles, EA included the campaign trailer for Titanfall 2. The rehearsal also claimed it is debuting in October and will include six new titans. EA and Respawn responded to the leak by releasing the official trailer early.

Watch it below, and tell us if that sounds like the voice of Transformer Optimus Prime to you:


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Respawn boss Vince Zampella took to Twitter following the leak to admit that something went wrong.

Personally, I blame the Decepticons.

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