It appears that Respawn's current Titanfall project and plans for all future Titanfall games have been delayed. Scheduled for later this year, Apex Legends Executive Producer Drew McCoy announced plans for all future Titanfall games have been postponed, allowing Respawn to better focus on future seasons for Apex Legends.
"[Regarding] It's important to understand that there are completely separate development teams working on Apex Legends and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order," McCoy wrote in a blog post. "To fully support Apex Legends, we are also pushing away plans for future Titanfall games, not moving Apex Legends team resources to other titles being developed here in the studio, nor drawing any resources from teamwork Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. "
Not much detail has been learned about this upcoming Titanfall project, but Respince CEO Vince Zampella has made it clear that it is not Titanfall 3." We love it in this crazy one To experiment with the universe! "He said. On Twitter, Zampella also rejected the theory that the Titanfall project would be a VR game. In a winning bid, EA called the project a "premium" title, but suggested that the game would not be a typical Titanfall successor.
In this context, the Titanfall Project sounds as if it could be compared to Apex Legends, Respawn's Battle Royale. This game was set within the Titanfall universe years after the events of Titanfall 2. This upcoming game could only be set to the same setting as the first first-person shooter, but it does not follow the same mix of fast, wall-mounted gameplay and slower, mech-based combat.
Respawn will announce details of Apex Legends Season 2 during EA Play in June. "In season two you can expect a Battle Pass with more meaningful content, the introduction of a new legend, the debut of a new weapon … and you did not expect Kings Canyon to stay the same forever, did you?" McCoy wrote. After the start of Season Two, Respawn will release the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order for Xbox One, PS4 and PC on November 1