The Titan-class airborne carrier of the future is a massive, gravity-defying vessel used for transporting armies and the supplies to sustain them. First developed during the end of the War of 2020 by the newly formed Pan-Asian Coalition, plans for the carrier were later stolen by the USMC and eventually shared with other member nations of the European Union. By the year 2137, Titans had become fully operational and a major part of The Cold War.
Titans carry impressive fleets of air vehicles, as well as Assault Pod launchers for securing ground positions. Featured weapon systems include ground-facing perimeter cannons and anti-aircraft cannons.
A nuclear reactor powers Titans as they drift above the battlefield. They are protected by a shield envelope that instantly vaporizes material not authorized for transport. High-powered Infantry Defense Shields provide crucial backup protection should the shield be compromised.
Ground-based missile silos may be the only way to counter the military threat posed by a Titan. Battles over these installations may prove to be the key to winning wars of the future.
The development of Titan started with the project "архангел" (Russian for Archangel) at the end of War of 2020. There is no information about the detail relevant to project as well as what role Titan plays during the foundation of Pan-Asian Coalition. Pan-Asian Coalition also has a larger fleet before The Cold War begins and their Titan has a more offensive design. According to the name, Type-2 is not the first type of airborne carrier PAC has.