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EA Has Cancelled a Single-Player Titanfall Game Codenamed Titanfall Legends

Electronic Arts has reportedly canned a single-player Titanfall game the publisher had in development at Respawn. The game was under the codename “Titanfall Legends” and had about 50 developers working on the project. Sadly, a report now says that the game has been cancelled. In addition, the developers on the project have been moved to other games while some of them have also been retrenched.

Titanfall Legends was reportedly being worked on by creative director Mohammad Alavi. He left the company in January 2022. By the sound of things, after his departure, the development of the project hit rocky territory and the game didn’t go anywhere.

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Respawn announced that in July 2021 the studio was working on a new single-player game. This single-player game was set in a so-called “unique universe” but Respawn didn’t confirm whether or not it was a Titanfall game. We also know that Alavi was attached to the project.

Alavi was at Respawn for a long time. He spent 11 years of his career at the studio working on various games including Titanfall and Titanfall 2. He also worked on Apex Legends as the narrative design director. Following his departure, EA Games claimed that the project he was working on was indeed a shooter built around “mobility and style”. It was also set to launch in 2025.

Unfortunately, this game has now been canned and it was indeed a sequel to Titanfall. At the moment we don’t know if we will ever see a new Titanfall game. EA Games has all but abandoned the series in favour of Apex Legends which is set in the same universe. However, Apex Legends doesn’t feature any single-player mechanics. In fact, it is a free-to-play multiplayer shooter…. without mechs.

This week hasn’t been good for EA Games. Alongside the news of this cancelled Titanfall Legends, the company also cancelled Battlefield Mobile and Apex Legends Mobile.

Source: Bloomberg

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