Unexpectedly, Respawn Entertainment released a short entry about the Titanfall brand to the network. Representatives of the American team noted in the news published to fans that the sci-fi brand is very important to them and they have plans to expand the universe. This is, in a way, a hint that Titanfall 3 (the game appeared on Nvidia’s list , which is starting to look more plausible with each month) is in the team’s plans and should see the light of day sooner or later.
In addition, Respawn Entertainment announced that the sale of the first Titanfall is stopped today, December 1st, and that on March 1, 2022, people using services such as EA Play will no longer be able to play it, as it will leave their subscriptions. The situation is different with people who have a copy of the title in their library – even servers for the next games will be made available to such people.
It is not known what caused the withdrawal of the first Titanfall from sale, but some players believe this is due to huge server problems. More than a year ago, the position was bombed on Steam (where its premiere unexpectedly took place). Customers have reported that Titanfall is simply unplayable due to connection issues that have yet to be fully resolved.