Respawn Entertainment to Deliver a 'New Twist' on Titanfall Later This Year

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Respawn's Titanfall spin-off Apex Legends is already a huge success but for those wondering where all the giant robots went there is an explanation...

"The video game industry continues to grow through a year of intense competition and transformational change", Wilson said. In it, Wilson confirms that this "new twist" on the Titanfall universe will indeed launch later this year, and EA will talk about it in the months ahead. EA shared some preliminary figures showing $1.29 billion in revenue, including $908 million from digital sales and $381 million from packaged goods and "other net revenue". Q3 was a hard quarter for Electronic Arts and we did not perform to our expectations. "Elsewhere in the business, we're making adjustments to improve execution and we're refocusing R&D".

While Respawn has just released Apex Legends, and confirmed that Titanfall 3 isn't in active development, it seems we're still going to get something Titanfall-related later this year. But Respawn has also revealed that two of the game's characters are LGBTQ.

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Apex Legends swaps out Titanfall's rapid wall-traversal and giant mech fights for a battle royale experience reminiscent of Fortnite, leaving its connection to the original games rather tenuous. It's not clear yet whether or not EA will add microtransactions to this mode, as Activision has done for the battle royale mode in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.

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