Free-to-play project Titanfall Online has been canned

Free-to-play project Titanfall Online has been canned screenshot

Last year, Electronic Arts announced it was teaming with Nexon to produce Titanfall Online, a spin-off game in Respawn Entertainment’s popular mech shooter series. However, it looks like the project has been shelved indefinitely.

Titanfall Online was supposed to be a free-to-play title – exclusive to the Asia territory – and has reportedly been in development for three years. However a rep for Nexon contacted website Game Focus ^(http://gamefocus.co.kr/detail.php?number=83447&thread=22r02) to confirm that the decision was made to move on to other projects and direct the company’s resources elsewhere.

Despite Titanfall’s success, the brand’s proposed spin-offs have not fared well. A tie-in card game was also cancelled at the end of 2018, leaving just mobile strategy title Titanfall Assault ^(http://www.appmarsh.com/review-titanfall-assault-459382.phtml) as the only side-project that made it to launch. Hopefully EA will pull things together for a new mainline game soon, as Titanfall 2 was pretty dang good, particularly its excellent single-player campaign.

Free-to-play Titanfall Online cancelled [Kotaku ^(https://kotaku.com/titanfall-online-cancelled-in-south-korea-1827440902) / Game Focus ^(http://gamefocus.co.kr/detail.php?number=83447&thread=22r02)]

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