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"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"

— Prima Official Game Guide

The Type-2 Titan is a large airborne fortress used by the PAC in Battlefield 2142, serving as a transport, warship, and mobile operations base. It is the counterpart to the EU MK-1 Titan.


Titan Airships feature a heavily reinforced hull and energy shielding. The shields allow 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 specialized Anti-Titan Missiles, launched from silos scattered around the map. Control of these silos is the primary objective in Titan mode.

However, once the shields are down, troops can board the enemy titan and destroy it from the inside.


Titan guns

The PAC titan guns

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

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.

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).

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

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