Although Titanfall 2 might have seen a slight resurgence this year thanks to a steep discount on Steam, another entry for the series is not on the way. Respawn’s community coordinator, Jason Garza, provided information about Titanfall at the end of livestream (as spotted by Dexerto). Unfortunately, he crushed the hopes of fans for a new Titanfall releasing anytime soon, stating, “There’s nothing. There’s nothing there.” The video is now set to private.
Garza went on to add that “We’ve got too many other games in the works right now.” These include the next Star Wars: Jedi title, as well as the battle royale, Apex Legends. Their free-to-play game consistently needs updates, and is also facing other issues with, mostly coming from their servers.
Respawn hasn’t abandoned Titanfall, so there is still hope. One viewer commented they were giving up on games being fixed. Graza explained that Respawn is “still working on the current situation, but as always, can’t really telegraph those moves publicly.” The situation being referred too is the ongoing DDOS attack that has left Titanfall 1 and 2 unplayable on PC. The attack is allegedly coming from a group of hackers looking to raise awareness for Titanfall’s multiplayer. Currently, the Titanfall games only have one or two developers working on them.