The Weekend Chat: The Future of Titanfall

 
 

Earlier today, it was revealed that EA picked up Respawn Entertainment – developer of the Titanfall series, formed by ex-Call of Duty creators – for over $400 million USD. Before that, the LA-based studio was independent.

While some details of the acquisition are still unclear, it does make reference to Titanfall 3 – a game which hasn’t been announced yet.

What do you want to see from Titanfall 3?

Do you think Respawn and their image of the franchise will change much, now that they’re in the EA family? Let us know in the comments below!



 

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Comments Comments (6)

 
Posted by Paorio
On Friday 10 Nov 2017 3:41 PM
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Gonna be honest, I don't think the multiplayer is that good, didn't play the single player but I heard that's where the you got the value for your money
 
 
 
Posted by ThatUndeadLegacy
On Friday 10 Nov 2017 4:05 PM
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Rest In Pieces.
 
 
 
Posted by Unfathomable-Ruination
On Friday 10 Nov 2017 4:10 PM
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RIP in peace Respawn
 
 
 
Posted by Jonathan-OverWorld
On Friday 10 Nov 2017 4:42 PM
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The future of Titanfall?

Half a game released at full price, loot boxes, microtransactions, 3 different levels of season passes.

The heads of Respawn to leave right before release making new independent company stating they want to get away from big corporation overlord bullies not letting them do the game they envision.

4 months later EA close the rest of the studio down, Titanfall becomes a clicker mobile phone franchise (full of loot boxes).

3 years after that the new company the Respawn guys set up is purchased by Activision and the guys cash out and move on to repeat the cycle once again.
 
 
 
Posted by Ron
On Friday 10 Nov 2017 9:42 PM
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10 November 2017, 04:42 PM Reply to Jonathan-OverWorld
The future of Titanfall?

Half a game released at full price, loot boxes, microtransactions, 3 different levels of season passes.

The heads of Respawn to leave right before release making new independent company stating they want to get away from big corporation overlord bullies not letting them do the game they envision.

4 months later EA close the rest of the studio down, Titanfall becomes a clicker mobile phone franchise (full of loot boxes).

3 years after that the new company the Respawn guys set up is purchased by Activision and the guys cash out and move on to repeat the cycle once again.
Pretty much. What has this industry become...
 
 
 
Posted by jtbthatsme
On Friday 10 Nov 2017 9:43 PM
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10 November 2017, 04:42 PM Reply to Jonathan-OverWorld
The future of Titanfall?

Half a game released at full price, loot boxes, microtransactions, 3 different levels of season passes.

The heads of Respawn to leave right before release making new independent company stating they want to get away from big corporation overlord bullies not letting them do the game they envision.

4 months later EA close the rest of the studio down, Titanfall becomes a clicker mobile phone franchise (full of loot boxes).

3 years after that the new company the Respawn guys set up is purchased by Activision and the guys cash out and move on to repeat the cycle once again.
Pretty much sums up most of what I was gonna say about it in the first paragraph or two.....microtrans and a need to buy dlc packs to feel like you got a complete game....I would not have bought Respawn if the only thing that you were getting out of it was the Titanfall franchise....

Please note I like Titanfall but I don't see value in making a long running series from it....however bringing out a similar game that could have been as stealing TF IP could see a purchase as a necessary step to avoid dramas down the track. Time will tell.