Respawn Entertainment is creating all sorts of hype for their upcoming title, Titanfall. More good news has been revealed about the title that will surely please those looking forward to the game. Taking what they learned with their previous experience, the team wanted to ensure that the player will not face the annoyance of a game-pausing host migration when someone quits the match. To avoid this occurrence, Producer, Drew McCoy, shared that Titanfall will have cloud-dedicated servers, as reported by VG247.
Another concern was that the game will feature microtranactions. Since Titanfall's publisher, EA, has been criticized for including the microtransactions feature in some of their titles, including Dead Space 3 and the upcoming Battlefield 4. It is only fair to have the same concern for Titanfall.
Respawn community manager, Abbie Heppe, confirmed to VideoGamer.com:
We've been so singularly focussed on creating this game and getting it out. We're a small team and we just go project by project. It's something that we'll have to think about later on. Although for this one, I know we got asked a lot early on, like, will [we] be going near microtransactions, are you going to do that? That's not us.
When asked if the game will see some expansions, in the form of downloadable content, or even a sequel, Heppe responded:
This has been such a journey that I think we're just like, 'Okay, get this one out the door and then we'll worry about everything else'.
I don't think we've really gotten that far.
Titanfall will see a release date sometime next year.
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