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Respawn Entertainment has revealed that development of the next Titanfall game has been "pushed out" as the team continues to focus on Apex Legends. It's...
During EA Games' quarterly earnings calls, the company revealed that a number of its franchises will be making a return this year including Need...
As previously rumored (and teased), Respawn Entertainment officially announced Apex Legends their free-to-play battle royale Titanfall spin-off. What's more, it's available to download and...
Here's something I didn't expect to see, a Titanfall-themed competitive card game. But alas, with the release of Titanfall 2 drawing ever closer, it's time to bring all eyes onto the mech-based shooter, so why not do it with a card battling game?
This weekend some details emerged for Respawn Entertainment's upcoming sequel to their bot-battling game, Titanfall, including news that it will have a single-player campaign, and it may also be following in the footsteps of Remedy's Quantum Break and will have a TV spin-off.
In the description for the job, it details that the new hire will be working on a new game in the Titanfall universe (most likely Titanfall 2) and "a new 3rd person action/adventure IP."
Respawn Entertainment has today announced a new game in the Titanfall universe, but it's not the game you'd think.
Good news everyone, Respawn Entertainment's Xbox and PC multiplayer shooter has crossed the 10 million mark. Of what? We have no idea, actually.
Another AAA shooter is getting the free-to-play treatment as it heads to China. This time it's EA's parkour infused, bot battler, Titanfall. This comes as part of a partnership between EA Games and Nexon.
Titanfall had a lot to offer to Xbox One players when the game launched last year, it was the first console game to offer a more core multiplayer-only game type, and though it offered a campaign, that too relied on players connecting to the net to play along side other players. In the sequel to Titanfall, which is definitely on the way, it may have a more traditional campaign, at least according to Respawn Entertainment's Abbie Heppe.
Last month Respawn Entertainment released all of Titanfall's DLC absolutely free and also announced that it would remain free forever. This was a fantastic chance for people yet to experience the new maps, to do so, but there was one problem. Players were still limited to play within the playlists dedicated to each map pack. Thankfully that's all been fixed and now all the maps are playable across most game modes.
Last week Respawn Entertainment's CEO Vince Zampella "confirmed" that the sequel to Titanfall was in the works, and though I was pleased to hear the news, I wasn't as excited as I was when I heard about Titanfall originally. You see, Titanfall did a lot of things well and I really enjoyed the game at first. But soon as attention dwindled elsewhere game modes became desolate and only a handful of games were populated, and though the game's DLC has just gone free forever, it piqued my interest a little but not enough to actually play the game.
You may have seen earlier this week that all of Titanfall's DLC was available to download absolutely free to celebrate the game's one year anniversary. Well as it turns out, the DLC will stay free from now until forever. That's right, all three map packs released for Titanfall will be free for Xbox 360 and Xbox One players forever.
Speaking with IGN at the BAFTA Game Awards this evening, Respawn founder and CEO Vince Zampella has confirmed that a sequel to Titanfall is in the works, and though EA Games are yet to announce anything, Zampella confirmed the news saying "so, we're working on a sequel."
With Titanfall's first anniversary imminent, we think Microsoft and Respawn Entertainment are celebrating by giving away all of the game's DLC and Season Pass absolutely free on both Xbox One and Xbox 360.. We think.