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author: Agnes Adamus

Titanfall Pulled From Sale

Respawn has announced that it is pulling Titanfall from the sale. The game is set to disappear from stores by March 1, 2022.


  1. Respawn has announced that Titanfall will be pulled from sale and subscriptions by March 1;
  2. After that day the game's servers are still supposed to work.

Recent months have been extremely difficult for Titanfall - due to hacking attacks, the title is practically unplayable. Now its story is slowly coming to an end. Respawn Entertainment has announced the end of support for the title.

As follows from the official announcement, Titanfall will be gradually pulled from sale and removed from subscriptions. The whole process is expected to end on March 1, 2022. After this date, dedicated servers will continue to work, so people who have purchased the title will not lose the opportunity to play it.

At the same time developers emphasized that Titanfall is "the core of Respawn's DNA" and the universe will continue to be developed. However, it is not known whether it is about further updates to Apex Legends or new installments of the series.


The condition of Titanfall is so bad that the community associated with this title decided to conduct a hacking attack on another Respawn title - Apex Legends. As it turns out, this action did not have any effect and instead of the expected repairs, players will receive a complete termination of support from the devs.

We must admit, however, that such a decision is not particularly surprising. As we know, recently only two persons worked on projects related to the series.

  1. Titanfall - game guide

Agnes Adamus

Agnes Adamus

On paper, a medical physicist. In reality, however, a humanist who has loved games since childhood. With this passion, she decided to try her hand at writing for a broader audience. She has been affiliated with Gamepressure since 2017. She started in the guides, now mainly writing for the newsroom, encyclopedia and marketing. Self-proclaimed specialist in free-to-play games. She loves strategy, simulators, RPGs and horror games. She also has a soft spot for online games. She has spent an immodest amount of hours in Dead by Daylight and Rainbow Six: Siege. In addition, she also enjoys watching horror movies (the worse they are, the better) and listening to music. Her greatest passion, however, is trains.




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