The original likely won’t head to PS4 though.
Respawn Entertainment’s Titanfall 2 is out next week and while plans for beyond haven’t been revealed, studio founder and CEO Vince Zampella told IGN that it hopes to make more games in the series.
Speaking on whether a trilogy could potentially happen, Zampella talked about expanding the universe further and working on other spin-offs like the upcoming mobile title Frontline. “We don’t have necessarily a trilogy in mind. You always hope when you create something that it’s embraced and that people will love it for generations to come. I hope we do more of it.
“We probably plan to do more – as you know, we have the mobile games as well. I would like to see the universe live on. I think it’s very expandable. I think there’s a lot we can do with it. There’s a lot of great ideas floating around here [at Respawn] that I would love to see come to life.”
And though Respawn may have planned on bringing the original Titanfall to PS4, that may not end up happening after all. Zampella noted in the interview that, “I believe we are limited in our ability to do that.” Which makes sense when you consider that it was published by Microsoft for Xbox 360 and Xbox One as part of an exclusivity deal. Zampella noted the importance of Microsoft’s involvement and said that Titanfall may not have happened without it.
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