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A PAC Type 4 Doragon flying towards an EU MK-1 Titan.

Titans are large airborne fortresses in Battlefield 2142, functioning in a multitude of roles ranging from troop and supply transports to airborne aircraft carriers and/or battleships. They appear almost exclusively in the Titan game mode.

Battlefield 2142[]

Titans were originally deployed as large civilian vessels by the Pan-Asian Coalition, intended to help relocate civilians refugee populations within their own territory. When the ground war escalated some time before the Battle of Minsk, the Titan was militarized into serving as both an armored air transport for equipment, troops, and supplies and as a fortified warship. These militarized variants included a comprehensive steel-ceramic matrix shell in terms of armor and were fitted with multi-conveyor, synchronized discharge mechanisms. It is capable of air-dropping infantry onto the ground via Assault Pods alongside deploying VTOL craft to support infantry or aid in the battle. [1]. Weaponry was also included on the militarized Titans: with high tech, ion-charged air-to-surface blasters mounted on the bottom of the vessel intended to support ground assaults or spearhead offensives and two anti-air blasters gun emplacements on the top of the Titan to ward off enemy aircraft[1]. Diamonds are used to power the refractor[2].

Eventually the EU built their own version of the Titan by appropriating tech from the PAC, closely resembling the Type 2 Titan. The MK-1 Titan armor consisted of electric reactive armor base-plating and replaced the ion blasters for combustion-assisted impulse cannons. [3]

An energy shield is present on both EU and PAC Titans that can withstand all conventional fire in addition to preventing enemy forces from boarding the Titan.

The first militarized Titans were deployed at the Battle of Minsk in October 2139. Thanks to being essentially unrivaled in terms of effectiveness as both a transport and floating warship, it changed modern warfare, and the destruction of such vessels became crucial to military strategy; A total of six Titans belonging to either the PAC or the EU were lost within the first week of combat in the four-month battle. [4]

By 2140, PAC Titans were used to airdrop forces around a key defensive line near Berlin, forcing a quick capitulation of the defending forces and opening the assault on Berlin[5]. Later that year, the PAC forces found themselves facing a small but resilient EU company holding a section of the Maginot Wall in Verdun. Despite being significantly outnumbered, the EU forces at Verdun were able to severely deplete the invading PAC divisions. This effort was due in large part to the EU’s ability to infiltrate and destroy PAC Titans before they could distribute troops and supplies to the front lines. Soon, the PAC matched these efforts, inflicting similar damage to its EU Titan counterparts. The battle would last over a month, with PAC breaking through the Maginot line and heading into France[6].

Titans would see service in the African Theater of war as both the EU and PAC would utilize Titans at Suez in an attempt to disrupt the aerial resupply of the opposing faction. At Shuhia Taiba, an EU agricultural project located in Northern Egypt, both the EU and PAC utilized over twenty Titans during the engagement; by the year's end however, only two remained due to constant fighting over the vital land, with it being referred to as the "Titan Graveyard" years after the engagement. The fighting at Shuhia Taiba would go on to affect the fighting at Sidi Power Plant as both sides' depleted Titan fleets would be used in non-combat roles at first until the ground war escalated and the need of Titans required them to be utilized once again as frontal assault units. [7]

Engagements against EU and PAC Titans happened in 2145, with recently crashed Type 2 Titans being seen during Operation Shingle, Molokai, and Liberation of Leipzig.


Hangar bay[]

The Titan hangar serves as one of two deployments for each team. It also houses two helipads, one spawning a Gunship, and the other spawning an Air Transport. At the rear of the hangar are six terminals controlling ground-facing guns and anti-aircraft autocannons. To each side is an Assault Pod launcher offering significant lateral coverage of the map, and also access to the Titan exterior. At the bow of the Titan are passageways leading to the head of the reactor room and access corridors to the cargo bay. Infantry may also disembark through the hangar shield to parachute directly below.

Landing decks and exterior[]

Astern of the Titan are two landing decks. Both decks provide access to the cargo bay—the lower decks through open doorways, and the upper decks to ventilation shafts with staggered cover and portals for covering fire. It is also possible to maneuver from the upper landing deck to the top of the Titan, allowing infantry access to the anti-air cannons, more secure placement of spawn beacons, and overwatch of the decks.

Cargo bay and reactor[]

The bi-level cargo bay opens to four corridors, each containing a console protecting the reactor core.


Titan guns

Ground attack guns on the Type-2 Titan.

Ground attack[]

Mounted on the bottom of the Titan are four cannons which fire a barrage of explosive shells effective against infantry and ground vehicles. A short reload delay occurs after each burst, but ammo is infinite.

Each turret's field of view overlaps that of other turrets, but not by much. There are blind spots that no turrets can see. These are directly underneath the Titan and directly beside the Titan (below the top guns and above the bottom guns).


On top of the Titan are two rapid firing anti-aircraft guns. These AA guns also have unlimited ammo. Furthermore, they never overheat, nor need to be reloaded. Effective against aircraft and infantry that happen to stray within its zone of fire, the AA guns cannot damage an opposing Titan's guns, and they do not provide sufficient depression to engage ground targets (except perhaps on Wake Island 2142).

Control consoles[]

All Titan weaponry is controlled from consoles at the rear of the hangar bay and can be destroyed by enemy fire. Repairs are done from inside the hangar, at the appropriate control console.

The hangar bay is normally protected from intrusion by defense shields while underway, but all shields are disabled while docked.


Hull and external shield[]

The Titan's hull allows it to resist attacks even from Block III Anti-Titan missiles. To protect against unauthorized entry, a defensive shield surrounds the Titan (although leaving its external guns exposed) and absorbs damage from all types of weapons. The main shield allows passage of friendly troops and vehicles, while vaporizing all hostile targets that come in contact with it.

Both the shielding and the hull are impenetrable except by Block III Anti-Titan Missiles, launched from silos scattered around the map. Control of these silos is the primary objective in Titan mode. Anti-Titan missiles can eventually disable the main shield, leaving the hull open to direct attack, and the Titan vulnerable to infantry raids. A hull breach will lead to a Titan's destruction.

Internal shields[]

Once the main external shield is down, troops can board the titan and destroy it from the inside.

All four corridors are sealed at the bow end with additional defense shields. These prevent all forms of damage from either team from passing through, and permit movement only to defenders.

The Titan's reactor consoles maintain high-powered secondary Infantry Defense Shields and seal the reactor core primary doors. Corridors 1 and 2 are open to the lower level, and their consoles prevent entry to corridors 3 and 4. Consoles 3 and 4 keep the reactor room sealed.

Although the shields maintained by consoles 1 and 2 offer the same protection as the other internal shields, they can also be defeated by firing anti-vehicle weapons directly at the shields, allowing attackers to bypass corridors 1 and 2.

The reactor core is vulnerable to firearms and explosives but can still withstand a lot of damage. A coordinated team effort is normally required to attack a core but can also be accomplished by a lone soldier with access to an Ammo Crate and negligent defense. Destruction of the reactor core will also lead to a Titan's destruction.


Main article: Titan (Game Mode)

Defeating a Titan requires a strategic approach. In the first phase of attack, the five Block III silos must be held to launch missiles at the opposing Titan.

Once the shield drops, the Titan may then be infiltrated by enemy forces either by Air Transport or using Assault Pods from an APC. This second phase of attack may occur simultaneously with continued control of the missile silos, which now inflict damage directly upon the Titan hull.


Battlefield 4[]

In the Battlefield 4: Final Stand DLC, the Titan was developed by the Russian military (with possible help from the Arkangel Corporation). Utilizing six thrusters for propulsion, it was supposed to carry both Aircraft and Helicopters into battle. It is unknown what weaponry for defensive or offensive purposes it would possess.

An incomplete or in development Titan is located at Hangar 21, alongside an experimental Assault Pod. The facility was raided by a USMC unit sometime in the final months of the War of 2020.



  • Titan movement is often disabled by server admins:
    • While in motion, soldier movement is affected, and gadgets may be difficult to place.
    • When the Titans are within close range of each other, server performance often drops considerably, causing slowdowns for all players, but also providing an opportunity for quicker Titan assaults. A poorly positioned Titan on certain maps may also expose its air vehicles to direct attack from enemy AA.
    • Inexperienced commanders may inadvertently position the Titan above a silo (preventing use by the same team), or in the flight path of missiles intended for the enemy Titan. The shorter flight time can also prevent last-minute saves by those attacking the enemy Titan.
    • Certain maps with large bodies of water (such as Sidi Power Plant or impassable terrain may prevent ground forces from accessing a Titan.
  • The hangar shield does not protect against mines placed directly on top of it, potentially allowing Engineers to deny enemy use of air vehicles.
  • There are passageways between the hangar bay and the upper landing deck that were sealed off prior to the game's release.
  • A prototype Titan is featured on the map Hangar 21 from Battlefield 4: Final Stand, where its engine test serves as the map's main Levolution event.


  1. 1.0 1.1 Type 2 Titan Prima guide description: "During the height of the ground war, the Pan Asian Coalition developed the original Titan as a large-scale, civilian transport medium, employed to relocate the refugee population. When the combat escalated into all theaters, the Titan was militarized to serve as both an armored air transport and fortified warship. Reinforced with a comprehensive steel-ceramic matrix shell and fitted with multi-conveyor, synchronized discharge mechanisms, the Titan air-drops assets directly into contention, including infantry teams, gunships and air transports. As well, the Titan is heavily armed with an array of high-tech weaponry, including ion-charged, air-to-surface and air-to-air blasters, making it a devastatingly powerful assault aircraft."
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  3. MK-1 Titan Prima guide description: "Appropriating the PAC’s innovative technology, the EU created an analogous MK-1 Titan airship, complete with defensive armaments, protective casing and equipment expulsion procedure. The MK�1 incorporates a handful of western developments, including electric reactive armor base-plating for additional protection against ground-based assaults and combustion-assisted impulse cannons."
  4. Minsk loading test
  5. Berlin loading test
  6. Verdun loading test
  7. Shuhia Taiba/Sidi Power Plant loading test