Reddit user Fake_Mophead (great username) posted information from the game’s most recent update, showing “Titan” in the same list as other multiplayer modes. Files for Naboo, Tatooine, and Geonosis all reference Titan, or “Mode1” as the game sees it. Those maps could see the mode added in the future. At EA Play 2018, DICE’s Dennis Brännvall teased the mode. He said, “we will also be delivering a new, large-scale multiplayer sandbox experience focused around capturing command posts and attacking and taking out capital ships.”
The Battlefield 2142 Titan mode played similar to a conquest game, although both teams had massive ships called titans in-game. These ships had their shields slowly whittled away by automated cannons that teams fought for control over. After defeating a titan’s shield, players could enter the enemy team’s titan to destroy it from the inside or continue to deal damage with cannons. The Titan mode in Battlefront 2 likely won’t work exactly the same, although the general framework seems to be similar.
Fans and critics enjoyed the Titan mode when Battlefield 2142 released in 2006, although it led to a number of problems for the game, as latency issues sprung up when Titans moved around the battlefield. Many Battlefield fans have been calling for the mode to come back in some fashion, as the mode never jumped to other games.
A roadmap for Battlefront 2 updates pegs the mode for February 2019, alongside the release of Anakin Skywalker. DICE recently released General Grievous, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and a new location set on Geonosis. The Clone Wars season of content is set to bring Count Dooku in January. EA DICE have continued to support the game, bringing major balance patches to the game and altering microtransactions. It’s undoubtedly a better game than it was at launch, but many were too burned by its launch to go back.