Titanfall followers have been speculating in regards to the collection’ future ever since Titanfall 2 launched. More just lately, it was revealed that there are solely “one or two” individuals nonetheless engaged on Titanfall 2 after followers complained about main server points, resulting in them questioning if Titanfall 3 will ever see the sunshine of day. Respawn Entertainment itself doesn’t appear to know what the longer term holds.

During a current stream, Respawn Entertainment’s group coordinator Jason Garza delivered a blow to followers by stating that “there’s nothing there” they usually shouldn’t get their hopes up about Titanfall as a result of the studio is engaged on “too many other games.”

“Don’t get your hopes up, man,” mentioned Garza. “I’ve said this before, we just don’t have anything in the works. There’s nothing there. We’ve got too many other games in the works right now.”

As quickly as Garza’s feedback have been picked up by the media, Respawn Entertainment’s social media crew snapped into motion.

“Contrary to what some folks are reporting, Titanfall is the very core of our DNA,” reads a tweet. “Who knows what the future holds…”

Publisher Electronic Arts presumably is aware of what the longer term holds for Titanfall greater than Respawn Entertainment does. Worth noting that Titanfall 2‘s sales fell below EA’s expectations, which was partly blamed on its launch being sandwiched between Battlefield 1 and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.

Whatever the case, contemplating the size of time it takes for video games to be accomplished and the “too many” tasks Respawn Entertainment is seemingly tied up in, it’s extremely unlikely that we’ll see a brand new Titanfall anytime quickly.

[Source: PC Gamer]