- is a high-budget single-player FPS,
- the game will emphasize the character's great movement capabilities,
- it's not a new Titanfall,
- is scheduled for release in 2024 or 2025.
According to new reports, Respawn Entertainment is working on a high-budget single-player FPS that will put emphasis on the protagonist's broad movement capabilities. However, what's interesting, it won't be a new installment in the Titanfall series, despite the fact that such a description of the gameplay fits the formula of these games.
Information about the project surfaced after creative director Mohammad Alavi left the team responsible for the game. So far, we knew about it only that it is a single-player game. The departure of such an important developer has raised concerns about the future of the production, but according to new reports, work on it is progressing smoothly. Their source is the usually very knowledgeable journalist Jeff Grubb of the VentureBeat website. He also warned Titanfall fans that the mysterious project is not a new installment of the series.
According to Grubb's sources, the game's release is planned for 2024 or 2025. Therefore, we should not expect any reveals too quickly.
Respawn Entertainment is currently working on three projects in parallel. In addition to this mysterious single-player FPS, the team is still developing Apex Legends and, allegedly, is creating Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2which, according to recent rumors, may be announced in May.
These reports coincide with the information from last year. Then Jason Garza, Respawn's community coordinator, stated that players should not count on the imminent return of Titanfall.
Respawn has let go of the Titanfall series so the fans saved Titanfall 2 themselves.
Unfortunately, for now, it looks like Respawn Entertainment has completely abandoned Titanfall. Not only is it not working on a new installment, but it has also given up on preventing hacking attacks. They are so serious that the first part of the series was withdrawn from sale. They also strongly impede the experience in the second installment of the series.
Fortunately, a group of ambitious fans decided not to wait for the demise of their beloved brand and developed a modification called Northstar. It allows you to set up private servers, and it was done in a way that makes it very difficult to perform hack attacks. The project also allows you to install new content, including additional modes.