Hot on the heels of the announcement that Titanfall's DLC map packsfor all players, comes some more good news for fans of the shooter franchise.
CEO Vince Zampella has confirmed to IGN that Titanfall 2 is already in development, also revealing that a second team would split off from the sequel project to work on “smaller stuff.”
As a celebration of the one year anniversary of, developer Respawn have decided to give away all the game's DLC Map Packs for free. While previously this deal was limited to the Xbox One and 360 versions, PC owners now can get the gift too.
There's something non-Titanfall happening at the Titanfall HQ of, and heading the studio's smaller second team is God of War 3 director Stig Asmussen. They're approaching it "with an open mind."
Will it be a shooter? Action? First or third-person? Right now Respawn founder Vince Zampella isn't saying, and there's unlikely to be anything revealed at this years' E3.
There's a new version of Titanfall outright now, which packages up the game and its Season Pass for a very reasonable price.
Yep, Titanfall: Deluxe Edition includes every single one of the game's existing map expansion packs; Expedition, Frontier's Edge, and the recently released IMC Rising.
Game update eight for Titanfall was released yesterday, and it's a really big one. It adds a brand new cooperative game mode called Frontier Defense, ranked play, 'map stars' and a bunch other fixes and additions.
Frontier Defence is a four-player spin on familiar wave defence modes, in which you'll face off against a bunch of new enemies including the very nasty sounding 'Nuclear Titans'. That can't be good.