Since Titanfall 2 launched late last October, Respawn Entertainment has released a plethora of updates and some new modes like Live Fire Mode and the game seems to still be going strong. Last week, Respawn posted a community updated and discussed the future of the game going forward.
In the post, Respawn talk about how their team, while they’ve released great new content, they admit they “could have done a better job communicating the breadth of stuff [they] planned to release.” The team follows up, writing that they will “get better at that” and will continue “supporting Titanfall 2 with free content as well as new Prime Titans, store items, and more.” They note that this week, they will be dropping the first details on the upcoming March DLC. For that coverage, be sure to check back with Rectify Gaming.
Moreover, the team also talks about the expanding Titanfall universe, largely helped by a free-to-play version of Titanfall developed by Nexon specifically for South Korea. “We’ve also teamed up to develop awesome mobile titles set in the world of Titanfall,” the post reads, but details on that game will be coming “in the near future.” The interesting part of the Respawn post is that it takes time to briefly mention the Star Wars project that Respawn Entertainment announced was going to happen back in early 2016. Here’s what it says on the matter:
“Titanfall isn’t the only game being worked on here at Respawn. Stig Asmussen, who previously worked on the God of War franchise, has been leading a separate team that has been quietly working away on our Star Wars title. That project is still wrapped in secrecy and we won’t be talking about it for a while.”
So why mention it if they aren’t going to actually go into any detail? Likely, the team is doing this to reassure fans that the silence on the game isn’t because it’s been scrapped or set aside, but because they’ve been working on it since their initial announcement which you can read here. The team wraps up, talking about communication improvements-to-come in the form of Q&A videos and developer blogs, as well as generally “providing regular content that gives more insight into the people and work they do at Respawn” to “give a more satisfying feedback loop to players so that their voices feel heard.” It’s always great to hear that from developers, and if we hear more we’ll keep you updated. Until then, stay tuned to Rectify Gaming for the latest.
Source: Titanfall 2 Blog
Via: PlayStation Universe