Respawn Entertainment new AAA single-player first-person shooter FPS not Titanfall 3 mobility style EA

Respawn Reportedly Making a Stylish Single-Player FPS (Not Titanfall 3)

Respawn Entertainment is working on a AAA first-person shooter (FPS) that focuses on “style” and “mobility,” according to a report from GamesBeat’s Jeff Grubb, and past reporting indicates it will be single-player. Including Apex Legends and the sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, this is the third major title the EA developer is working on. The report states that this is not a Titanfall 3, and the studio will continue prototyping concepts for the project for the next year or so, hoping to build toward an eventual final release in 2023 or 2024.

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The news follows the recent departure of Respawn creative director Mohammad Alavi, who was overseeing the project. Respawn announced in 2020 that Alavi had assembled a team to create this single-player adventure title. The EA developer will continue work on the stylish FPS without Alavi, though he did share a few parting words on Twitter: “Today’s (bittersweet): I’m excited about my next adventure, but I’m sad about leaving behind a family. It’s the end of an era.”

With or without this new single-player FPS, Respawn has a lot of vocal fans. In addition to fleshing out more content for Apex Legends, the developer has been bombarded by fans clamoring for a new entry in the Titanfall franchise. Meanwhile, reports suggest the first information on Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2 is coming in the next few months. The project is supposedly targeting a 2022 release but could easily slip into 2023.


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