Titanfall 3: Can it Really be Finished?! Now Respawn’s Studio Boss has Spoken!

Respawn Entertainment’s CEO Vince Zampella has revealed that he would love to see a third Titanfall game come out someday, but only if it was “the right moment and idea”.


In an interview with Barron’s (spotted by PC Gamer), Zampella admitted that although the studio had “no exact plans” and was not “working on anything currently” related to a new Titanfall game, “it’s such a beloved franchise for the fans and also for [Respawn developers]”.

“I hate to say yes, then people latch onto that, and then skewer you when it doesn’t come,” Zampella said of Titanfall 3. “But I would love to see it happen is the real answer.”

“It has to be the right thing. It’s such a beloved franchise for the fans and also for us. If it is not the right moment in time, the right idea, then it just doesn’t make sense.” – he added.

Zampella also reflected on the challenge of pleasing both longtime Titanfall fans and those who only experienced the world through the spin-off battle royale game Apex Legends, which is set in the same universe.

“How do you do something that doesn’t confuse people that are Apex fans, but not necessarily Titanfall fans yet? It’s a hard question to answer.” – Zampella said.

Some former Respawn Entertainment developers recently teamed up to form a new “remote first” studio called Wildlight Entertainment. Wildlight was founded by Dusty Welch and Jason McCord (who will act as CEO and design director respectively), with Chad Grenier joining them as studio head and game director. Grenier was previously game director on Respawn’s hugely popular battle royale shooter Apex Legends before leaving the studio after more than a decade at the end of last year. Grenier is joined by another high-profile former Respawn team member, Mohammad Alavi, whose design credits include Infinity Ward’s original Modern Warfare series and Titanfall.

Source: Eurogamer.net

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