Added by the Titans Return DLC, the Titans are the largest ships in the entire game, even larger than the titans of SG2, these behemoths can utterly ravage entire factions’ fleets by themselves.
The original Titan was the ‘Leviathan’, an Imperial mobile battlestation deployed by the remnants of the Imperial fleet as a last resort to retake Gemini, which failed. The Leviathan was destroyed at a heavy cost, but the factions of Gemini replicated the technology 12 years later. These first generation of Titans eventually became extremely common, but had an immense power at the time. Eventually, they were rebranded as the current versions of Battleships, Dreadnoughts and Carriers. These Titans are the second generation, four times bigger than even dreadnoughts, and much more powerful.
The Solari Concord’s planet-wrecking superweapon, the Proxima, was also based in the Leviathan’s technology, and could be considered a precursor to the current Titans, however, it has no engines of any kind, and is technically not a ship.
The A’Shriari’s new Mothership also has Titan-like size and capabilities. However, it is far bigger, and acts more like a mobile Starpoint/Shipyard/Planet-buster Weapon than a ship.
ABOUT THIS CONTENT
Prepare for a blast from the past! Titans have once ruled Gemini and it is time for them to conquer once again. Gemini has been quite forthcoming with Concord expansions, seemingly divided and warring among themselves, but is there more to it? Reveal the Mystery surrounding the Titans and their reappearance. Explore key events from the history of Gemini and deal with their consequences first-hand.
With the evolution of new technologies, old Titan sizes have become far too common, resulting in the stripping of their class and re-branding into the current versions of Battleships, Dreadnoughts and Carriers. But the time has come for Titans to rule Gemini once more. Foreign technologies allow yet another leap in size and power, so it is time for Titans to return to their rightful place.
- Experience an all-new storyline
- Three new Titan ships: Defiance, Legion and Juggernaut
- New conquest mechanics connected to the storyline
- Command Titan-class vessels in either Campaign or any of the Freeroam scenarios
- New Freeroam scenario designed for immediate Titan-ready content
- Unique “ultimate-aura” passive abilities of each of the Titan ships
- Show off acquired Titan vessels at Concordia with the Titans trophy system
Conquer the zone containing the Starpoint and two Gemini Stars, or expand your territory over the Gemini System. Additional condition for the Campaign scenario is to finish the Campaign.
|Minimum System Requirements|
|CPU||Intel Core 3.0 GHz or equivalent|
|OS||Windows 7 or higher (64 bit ONLY)|
|Graphics Card||DirectX 11 nVidia GeForce GTX 470 / 560, 1280MB or equivalent|
|Direct X||Version 11|
|SOUND CARD||DirectX compatible sound card|
|HDD Space||500 MB|
|Game Analysis||In Titans Return DLC there are three completely new Titan-class ships, all with unique abilities that can alter, for good or bad, the flow of the battle. You can now experience all-new storyline, Command the Defiance, Legion or Juggernaut Titan, customize your Titan thoroughly with in-game editor, choose your own Titan in either Campaign or any one of the free-roam scenarios, annihilate your enemies with abandon.|
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