Titanfall’s group coordinator Jason Garza says Respawn is unlikely to make Titanfall 3 or new content material for Titanfall 2 because the studio is working on “too many different video games” for the time being.
As reported by Dextero, Garza revealed in a livestream that there was nothing within the works for the Titanfall sequence, saying, “There’s nothing there. We’ve bought too many different video games within the works proper now.”
Garza did make clear that (*3*) in Titanfall 2, which has been stricken by safety issues and hackers.
Titanfall is Respawn’s first main franchise combining the first-person shooter style with giant mechs. Titanfall 2 was thought of among the best video games of the 12 months when it was launched and has amassed a loyal following. But Respawn has since moved on to focus primarily on the battle royale sport Apex Legends.
In addition to continuous updates for Apex Legends, Respawn additionally developed the single-player action-adventure sport Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. After the success of Jedi: Fallen Order, EA confirmed it was the start of a new franchise.
The information about Titanfall strains up with final 12 months’s report that no new Titanfall games were in development, suggesting a beforehand teased sport was canceled. Titanfall 3 not too long ago popped up within the GeForce Now leak, however it virtually definitely falls into the class of video games that have been pure hypothesis.
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For extra, take a look at our latest report about EA abandoning Titanfall 2, and what happened next.
Logan Plant is a contract author for IGN. You can discover him on Twitter @LoganJPlant.