EA's quarterly earnings call involved some pretty significant bits of information, including the release window for Respawn's upcoming Star Wars game.
Standby for moneyhats.
During the Oculus Connect, the team revealed a new project from Respawn Entertainment that will be exclusive to Oculus Rift.
The company's CEO thinks the game should have had better revenue in retrospect.
Respawn’s 2016 mech-filled FPS is now available to Access subscribers.
Four-player horde mode and two new maps are coming for free.
More free DLC is coming for the game, and the publisher could not even make time in its EA Play conference to boost it.
New maps, a third weapon slot for pilots and a new execution are just part of the additions in the free update.
A new map, weapon and execution are coming, along with a couple of Titan Prime chassis that you will need to pay for.
Two new Live Fire maps, new animations and new audio are all being added.
Live Fire will receive additional maps created specifically for its own playlist and you can see some in action with this trailer.
One of Respawn's designers foresees poor third-party support due to Switch hardware being 'underpowered.'
Changes to the playlist will be coming as well.
Titanfall suggested that these game mechanics in a campaign would be great. Titanfall 2 proved it.
Definitely a game worth checking out.
It is timed with the release of the first free DLC map, Angel City Most Wanted
Angel City is returning, although Respawn is also adding more Titan Kits, executions, and more.
EA and Respawn are sending mixed messages concerning the future of the franchise.
It's not even Black Friday yet and the game is half price.
The idea is to try it to see how it feels before criticizing the nitty gritty information.