I noticed that some players have Gen 1, Gen 2 etc. next to their name. Is it like prestiging? Do you get bonus abilities? How does it work?

  • The answer on this question is much higher quality than the other one. The dupe should be reversed.
    – Frank
    Jun 13, 2014 at 13:07
  • The older question already had an upvoted answer before this question was asked, though (it currently has 5 upvotes). I believe this question's duplicate status should remain. Users who deem the original question to be low quality could edit it to be better. Jun 13, 2014 at 14:23
  • 1
    Respectfully, I think this deserves to be reopened, they are not exactly the same question because the number can be different than the Gen. Also there are requirements for gen advancement that are not relevant to the other question. Sep 1, 2015 at 2:44
  • Looking at the other question, the answer covers the two different numbers that appear, and any associated benefits.
    – user106385
    Sep 1, 2015 at 11:26

1 Answer 1


Yes, this is very similar from prestiging. The only benefit is the an increase in XP gained, effectively making it easier the further you are. From IGN,

Regeneration is a Level 50 feature in Titanfall that allows you to become a "Next Generation Pilot." This will reset all your challenges, unlocks, and revert your rank to level 1. In return, you will gain experience at an accelerated rate during the next generation and display a special chip next to your gamertag. You will also keep all Burn Cards and unlocked Titans.

To regenerate, you must first reach Level 50. You will then be able to select the "Regenerate" option at the bottom of the menu. Counting the starting 50 levels, there are a total of ten generations in Titanfall. All players start out at Generation one and can regenerate up to nine times.

At later generations, you must complete select challenges before you can Regenerate. These challenges will become available the instant you unlock the weapon they are tied to.

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged .