In order to change the current unfavorable situation for a fps battle royale masterpiece, Respawn finally decided to delay the next Titanfall project to focus on improving the Apex Legend.
As mentioned before, Apex Legends is considered a hot phenomenon that has overthrown Fortnite but eventually becomes cold after just over a month of launch. In order to change the current unfavorable situation for a fps battle royale masterpiece, Respawn finally decided to delay the next Titanfall project to focus on improving the Apex Legend.
Although it is presumably scheduled to be developed and officially announced later this year, however, Apex Legends is the executive producer. Drew McCoy, stated that all plans for the upcoming Titanfall game will be postponed to help Respawn be able to focus better for future seasons of Apex Legends.
Mc Coy wrote his blog post: “When viewing other games developed at Respawn, we should understand that the studio has teams working exclusively for two games, Apex Legends and Star Wars JediL. Fallen Order.Also, in order to fully support Apex Legends, we will push back the plans for future Titanfall games. There are currently no human resources from both Apex Legends and Star Wars Jedi: The Fallen Order can split off to continue developing other games”.
Since Titanfall 2 until now, not much information has been revealed for the upcoming Titanfall project, but Respawn’s CEO Vince Zampella said that this project will not be Titanfall 3: “We love being test on a more special universe”. On Twitter, Zamplella also rejected many theories about the upcoming Titanfall will be a VR game. At the same time, EA also confirmed that this project will be a “high-end” game but that it will not be a replica of what happened in the previous game.
Another surprise is that the Titanfall project is expected to have a motif similar to the Apex Legend, but it takes place in a universe like in Titanfall 2 after many years. The game will still follow the first-person shooter style, but the style of play may no longer be a combination of fast-paced action, running along the wall and becoming the pilots to control the full Titans. strength in the game. Respawn has currently prepared a detailed announcement regarding Apex Legends Season 2 in June on EA Play.
Mc Coy said: “For Season 2, you can expect a Battle Pass mode with more meaningful content, more characters to be introduced and the launch of new weapons.”. In line with this, Respawn is expected to launch Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order on November 15 this year on Xbox One, PS4 and PC platforms.