Speaking at a recent global tech conference, Blake Jorgensen, the chief financial officer at EA, unveiled a sketchy outline for when Electronic Arts is planning to release the sequel to Respawn Entertainment's multiplayer FPS. During the conference Jorgensen stated that the company expects to Titanfall 2 to release three weeks from Battlefield 1. The EA representative did not specify if that was three weeks before or after Battlefield 1, but he did go on to say that Titanfall 2 will be going head to head with Call of Duty and that EA "is not uncomfortable with that."
Battlefield 1 releases on October 21, which means the general window for Titanfall 2's release falls from September 30 to November 11. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare releases on November 4, which makes it more likely that Titanfall 2 will release sometime closer to the November 11 end of that window.
Jorgensen noted that Call of Duty and Titanfall 2 have different target audiences, so EA doesn't see competition between the two to be much of an issue.
EA has promised to reveal more information on June 12.