Respawn Entertainment has been committed to making some of the best first-person shooters, including Titanfall. Despite Respawn Entertainment not having any explicit plans for a possible third iteration of the franchise, they still hold the title near and dear to their identity. Yet, starting with Titanfall in 2014, they aimed at something greater than just the run-of-the-mill FPS experience. Experimenting with high-powered Titan mech robots, Respawn Entertainment had made shaped the first-person shooter title with this one inclusion. While the title has since received much notoriety and praise, Respawn has moved onto bigger and brighter things like Apex Legends. Yet, facing many denials of service attacks and waves of invading hackers, Respawn has decided it’s time to end the Titanfall sales run. Announced over Twitter was the news of Titanfall’s upcoming delisting for the beginning of March of 2022.
A note about Titanfall. pic.twitter.com/Ew232HkUIo
— Respawn (@Respawn) December 1, 2021
Why is Respawn Entertainment Delisting Titanfall?
While this news is still developing, the idea of removing the title from all services is a bit jarring. While the multiplayer for the title has been lackluster at best due to hackers, server laggers, or general griefers; most of the community moved to Titanfall 2 upon its release in 2016. Respawn understands this and is still giving fans the chance to enjoy the game online like at launch. Keeping the servers online probably doesn’t take too much, and delisting Titanfall certainly puts a cap on who can play. Yet like with Jump Force’s announcement earlier, delistings never truly mean a game will stay online forever. While no word has been given on the end of online servers, it surely is in the works. Until then, players will still be able to enjoy online matches and enjoy the title through subscription services until March 1, 2022.
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