Titanfall, Apex Legend, Jedi: Respond Entertainment at Fallen Order Studio is working on a new IP.
It says the studio is forming a small incubation team to develop a “whole new IP,” according to a new classified ad posted on the company’s website.
Job ads do not provide project details, except for mentioning “new practical technologies that enable’eternal adventure'”.
Respawn, which recently celebrated its 10th anniversary, is one of the most successful developers of Electronic Arts in recent years.
The title of battle royale, Apex Legend, has attracted more than 70 million players since its launch in February 2019. Meanwhile, the Star Wars title Jedi: Fallen Order exceeded the company’s expectations with sales of over 10 million.
Apex Legends director Chad Grenier recently said Respawn “probably” expanded Apex Legends “beyond the battle royale” in the future, and the company regularly discussed taking free games in new directions.
Meanwhile, Electronic Arts proposed last summer that Respawn would create a sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
CEO Andrew Wilson suggests that the game’s 10 million player milestone is “a rare achievement for the first title of a brand new franchise,” and that the Jedi game could be released. I will.
As for Titanfall, in the FPS series that founded Respawn, studio director Vince Zampella claimed in May 2020 that the franchise couldn’t be revived yet.
“Nothing is currently under development,” he told . “But it’s always there. A little bit comes back [through the lore in Apex Legends].. At some point, I personally want to see some resurrection there. See if you can do that. “
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