Speaking as part of a largely uneventful investors meeting – seriously, who knew that big numbers could be so darn uninteresting? – EA Games gaffer Andrew Wilson reiterated that the publisher has renewed its contract with Titanfall developer Respawn Entertainment, and is planning to release new entries in the first-person franchise in the future.
“Through a new agreement with Vince Zampella and Respawn,” the Australian executive dulcetly declared, “we'll be able to bring new Titanfall experiences to players worldwide." Naturally, the suit didn’t explicitly outline where you’ll be able to play these fresh forays, but we’ll eat a mech if some kind of sequel doesn’t deploy on the PlayStation 4.
This year’s inaugural instalment skipped Sony’s systems due to a business arrangement between Microsoft and the mega corporation, but the developer later stressed that only the first entry would be exclusive to the Xbox 360 and Xbox One. It stands to reason that the series will be touching down on the Japanese giant’s black behemoth in the future, then. The question is: can you wait?