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‘Titanfall 2’ for PlayStation 4 hinted at once again

EA is considering multi-platform releases for Titanfall sequels, hinting yet again at the possibility of Titanfall 2 being made available for the PlayStation 4.


When news broke out about Titanfall being exclusive to Microsoft’s next-gen console and Windows, Respawn Entertainment, developer of Titanfall, clarified things and said that the company would be making games for the PS4 in the future. This naturally had people excited about the possibility of the Titanfall sequel being one of those games, and now an EA exec has added more fuel to that speculation.

Blake J Jorgensen, an EA executive, explained during an investor’s call that the publishers was eyeing a multiplatform release for future Titanfalls. “I’m sure that there will be future Titanfalls at some point that may be on multiple product platforms,” he said. “I don’t know, that’s up to the teams that are going through that now, but at the end of the day, we’re excited about this Titanfall and we think it will be a big title and it will be great for Xbox One.”

So there it is – even if Microsoft manages to make the second Titanfall exclusive to its platforms as well, PS4 owners can look forward to playing at least one of its sequels without having to get hold of an Xbox One or Windows PC. Let’s just hope that multiplatform Titanfall doesn’t take ages to come out.

Via: Eurogamer

Abhijeet Mishra
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