Titanfall 2 Will Be "Worth the Wait," Respawn Boss Says
"I can't say just yet," Vince Zampella says.
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Although Respawn Entertainment is not yet ready to talk specifics about Titanfall 2, co-founder Vince Zampella has now spoken out to tease the project some more.
"I can't say just yet," Zampella said when asked by Polygon for an update on the project. "I promise that it will be worth the wait."
After months of speculation, Zampella officially confirmed Titanfall 2 in March 2015. The original was exclusive to Xbox and PC, but the sequel could see a multiplatform release, he said at the time. It may also have a single-player mode, though Respawn has not yet nailed anything down.
The first Titanfall has reached more than 10 million players to date, though that doesn't necessarily equate to sales. Publisher Electronic Arts has confirmed that Titanfall 2 will arrive in 2016 at the earliest.
In other recent Titanfall news, Respawn has announced a partnership with free-to-play giant Nexon for new Titanfall mobile games, the first of which will launch in 2016 for iOS and Android devices. Little is known, apart from the fact that the first game will not be a first-person shooter. The mobile games are being developed not by Respawn, but rather new LA-based studio Particle City.
In addition to these mobile games and Titanfall 2, Respawn is working on a mysterious non-Titanfall game.
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