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The subject of this article appears in Titanfall 2.

Into The Abyss is the fourth mission of Titanfall 2's single-player campaign. Jack Cooper and BT-7274, in their search for Major Anderson, take a shortcut through the World Foundry, a subterranean manufacturing plant. Things quickly go wrong when BT is captured and dragged deeper into the complex, forcing Cooper to chase after him. Cooper must now survive the traps and trials laid out for him by Ash, the cold and calculating simulacrum Apex Predator in charge of the facility, and recover BT before their inevitable showdown.


Frontier Militia


Cooper's Logbook

My neuralink with BT is improving - I managed to kill Kane, a mercenary working for the IMC. Now we're back on track towards the rendezvous point, in search of Major Anderson. We're still being hunted. But now that we've got Kane's helmet radio, we can at least eavesdrop on enemy communications.
— Cooper's Logbook


The Shortcut

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After defeating Kane, Jack Cooper and BT-7274 must now link up with Major Anderson, as per the directive of Special Operation 217. To achieve this, they make their way through a cave system away from the Reclamation Facility, and soon find themselves inside the World Foundry - a massive factory that certainly justifies the "Manufacturing" part of the Interstellar Manufacturing Corporation. After climbing through the inner workings of the pipes and machines in the foundry, Jack and BT soon find themselves at an elevator that they need to activate to proceed. While Jack disembarks the Titan to activate the lift, BT finds himself caught by Ash in a loading arm and is unable to free himself. While BT is powerless in the restraints of the loading arm he is held in, Jack must now pursue and free him as the Titan is pulled further underground and deeper into the facility.


The simulation dome arena.

As Jack delves further into the facility, he enters the assembly lines area of the factory, which are constructing mass quantities of pre-fabricated housing. As he continues to try and pursue BT, he is taunted by Ash. After fighting through numerous IMC troops, he finally arrives at a Simulation dome, with Ash constructing an artificial town around him to prepare an arena to fight in. Once the arena is constructed, Ash begins deploying Spectres and Reapers in the dome to test the automatons. Nonetheless, they are swiftly defeated, prompting Ash to send in a disposal unit of IMC marines to finally put an end to the Pilot. In doing so, however, Jack is able to escape into the depths of the facility once again. This prompts Blisk to scold Ash for putting her games before her work, warning Ash not to fail him again. Ash initiates a self-destruct of the facility, warning all personnel inside they have only a few minutes to escape - intending to put an end to Jack and BT by any means possible.

One of the self-destruct explosions is able to free BT from the manipulator holding the Titan, allowing him and Jack to be reunited once again.The two then fight through several waves of Titans to the facility's exit. Eventually, they come across Ash in her own Ronin Titan blocking the exit, but defeat her in short order before escaping.


  • Make your way to the loading dock
  • Acquire Brute Titan Loadout
  • Find and rescue BT
  • Acquire Scorch Titan Loadout
  • Fight Ash




Pilot Helmets

There are 9 Pilot Helmets to be collected in this mission.


  • The player can trigger a hidden dialogue option by hurling Cooper into the pool of water at the very beginning of the level.
  • BT’s execution on Ash is also used by the Vanguard-class Titans in Trial By Fire later on. As of Monarch's Reign, it is now Monarch’s default execution in the multiplayer.
  • Ash’s position of overseeing and operating the Simulation Domes is eventually revisited by her similiar role in Season Legacy of Apex Legends, where she is the one in charge of the Arena system.