Titanfall Dev Open to Develop “a more Traditional Singleplayer”

Titanfall Dev Open to Develop “a more Traditional Singleplayer”

In an interview with Game Informer on Thursday, June 26, the chief operating officer of Titanfall developer Respawn Entertainment, Dusty Welch, revealed that the studio is currently considering a more traditional singleplayer campaign for its shooter, something that may co-exist with the multiplayer campaign the game currently has right now.

Welch also noted that said multiplayer campaign will be re-examined and possibly re-tooled, but it won’t be abandoned entirely.

Campaign mode, I think, was interesting but ultimately not as engaging or rewarding as we would’ve liked, ” Welch told Game Informer. “ It kind of begs the question for us – do you go further in that? Do you trim that back?

Would I rule it out for the future? Certainly not, ” Welch added in regard to a traditional singleplayer campaign. “ But I think that there’s a lot of reward in continuing to push the paradigm that Titanfall introduced, which is this always connected, real live visceral multiplayer universe. We learned a lot, and I think it’s up to us to think about how we apply the learning to make the next game even more expansive and more engaging than the first.

You can can read Game Informer’s full interview with Dusty Welch via the source link below.

Details of Titanfall’s upcoming fourth game update have been revealed, which will improve the game’s matchmaking and add more burn cards , and several other miscellaneous additions that’ll make your experience with Titanfall more customizable and streamline.

[ Game Informer ]

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