The Titans were an ancient omnipotent, immortal race born from the sea of Ormagöden's blood. They used His parts to make cars, music and other things, before they rose to the heavens to become Metal Gods. A small number remained behind, and can be seen working diligently in the Motor Forge to create glorious new weapons of rock.
With the Hammer of Infinite Fate add-on, they can also be seen in the Crucible of the Titans multiplayer map as an environmental hazard not unlike the Lamprey. At different intervals, the Titans will bring their hammer down to the anvil-bridges that connect various points on the map. Unlike the Lamprey in the Feeding Area however, these attacks will instantly destroy anything that gets hit. Players should be careful, as this can destroy an entire army.
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Long ago, after Ormagöden was destroyed by the First Ones, the Titans rose out of his primordial blood that spawned new races. They inherited the strength and size of the Fire Beast and the purity and beauty of Aetulia. They saved the hated Tainted Coil from utter annihilation, enslaving them as pets.
After advancing for over a millennia, the Titans became gigantic, all knowing entities. They could no longer be constrained by the mortal plane, so they ascended to the heavens to become Metal Gods. They left instructions behind, teaching the spiders how to weave guitar strings for webs, trees how to grow exhaust pipes for branches, and hieroglyphics on how to build things, but neither Humans nor Demons could decipher them.Eddie Riggs, due to his experience as a roadie, understands them and brings the secrets of the Titans to the Age of Metal. This resulted in him bringing the parts of the Deuce to the surface, which he put together to allow him and Ophelia to escape the Temple of Ormagöden. Some of the Titans stayed behind in the Motor Forge to build items for others to find. These giants can be seen in the background, working tirelessly in the hot, boiling lava.