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Titanfall 2 Will Revive in Apex Legends? Famous Maps Found in Game Files

Maps known from the shooter Titanfall 2 are likely to receive a second life - a dataminer has indicated which maps may make their way to Apex Legends.

Dataminer KralRindo traced some data that appeared in the files of the shooter Apex Legends after the latest update - they indicate that as many as nine new maps may appear in the game. What's more, their names suggest that all of them will refer to Titanfall 2. This would not be at all surprising, since both items were developed by the same studio, Respawn Entertainment, and belong to a common universe.

We are talking about the levels Exoplanet, Homestead, Angel City, Black Water Canal, Boneyard, Crash Site, Rise, Eden and Colony. If these speculations turn out to be true, it's possible we'll be looking at the biggest content injection since the release of Apex Legends. It is likely that they will then become part of the next temporary game mode.

Recall that the free-to-play shooter Apex Legends debuted in 2019 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One and was a great success. It is now also available on Nintendo Switch and ninth-gen consoles (PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S).

  1. Apex Legends - game guide
  2. Apex Legends - official website
  3. Respawn Entertainment - official website

Krzysztof Kaluzinski

Krzysztof Kaluzinski

At, works in the Newsroom. He is not afraid to tackle various topics, although he prefers news about independent productions in the style of Disco Elysium. In his childhood, he wrote fantasy stories, played a lot on Pegasus, and then on a computer. He turned his passion into a profession as an editor of a gaming portal run with a friend, as well as a copywriter and advisor in a console store. He doesn't care for remakes and long-running series. Since childhood, he wanted to write a novel, although he is definitely better at creating characters than plot. That's probably why he fell in love with RPGs (paper and virtual). He was raised in the 90s, to which he would gladly return. Loves Tarantino movies, thanks to Mad Max and the first Fallout he lost himself in post-apo, and Berserk convinced him to dark fantasy. Today he tries his hand at e-commerce and marketing, while also supporting the Newsroom on weekends, which allows him to continue cultivating old passions.


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