Titanfall 2 – a first-person shooter video game developed by Respawn Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts – is the sequel to Titanfall, which made its appearance in 2014. Titanfall 2, ever since its release in 2016 for Windows PS 4 and Xbox One, has been very well received by gamers. Of late, fans have been asking a lot of questions about what’s actually going on with Titanfall and where Respawn Entertainment is headed to. The dev team, in a recent post, has communicated its views on what lies ahead for Titanfall.
Titanfall 2: Dev team committed to bright future
In the post, the developers have made it clear that Titanfall has always been and will always remain a huge part of Respawn studio. Titanfall 2 has so far lived up to the expectations of the developers, with each week bringing in new players. Respawn Entertainment is busy focusing on the long term future of Titanfall and the team is working on lots of cool stuff, including DLC for Titanfall 2, action blocks and prototypes for future Titanfall projects.
Titanfall 2 DLC
The post also mentions about the improvements that have gone into Titanfall 2 as part of DLC and what could have been done better.
“As far as DLC for Titanfall 2; we’ve made some great improvements to the game and added rad content like Live Fire mode and Angel City, but we could have done a better job at communicating the breadth of stuff we planned to release.This is something that we will get better at and the studio remains committed to supporting Titanfall 2 with free content as well as new Prime Titans, store items, and more”.
To keep the community more engaged, Respawn Entertainment is also working on new ways to get more info out to the community. As early as next month, the company will be starting a series of Q&A video sessions, developer blogs and more.
“Our goal is to start providing regular content that gives more insight into the people and work they do at Respawn and give a more satisfying feedback loop to players so that their voices feel heard.”
On March 23, the next Frontier News Network will be out and Respawn Entertainment will be revealing the first details regarding March DLC content. The dev team will be providing a broader view in April about how it plans to support Titanfall 2 over the next few months. And there’s some more good news! Apparently, Titanfall isn’t the only game the team is busy working on. Stig Asmussen, who worked previously on God of War franchise, is leading a separate team that has been working on Star Wars title. Respawn Entertainment, however, did not disclose the details of this title.