With revenue reports coming from big-name publishers the world over, EA has apparently spoken about Titanfall 2 - last year's 'sleeper hit' FPS title. It did well, but was still 'below expectations'.
Titanfall 2 will no longer be supported after Ultimate Edition, Respawn "heavily invested" in franchise
Despite its somewhat rocky launch, Respawn Entertainment is content with how Titanfall 2 is progressing as it ages and matures.
In recent years we've seen more and more big-budget franchises turn up in Asian - or even Russian - markets as some form of Free-to-Play title not long for the Western world. Microsoft attempted to conquer Russia with Halo Online while Capcom threw a noticeably prettier Monster Hunter title at China. Now, even with the lower-than-expected sales of Titanfall 2, EA will deliver a separate Titanfall experience to South Korea.
EA Games' Origin Access vault will "soon" be bolstered by Respawn Entertaiment's 2014 shooter Titanfall, according to afrom the official Origin account. Origin did not mention a specific release date, although when it finally arrives Titanfall will become the seventeenth game in the Vault, joining the likes of Dead Space, Battlefield and Dragon Age.