Two Respawn members are holding the camp.
Respawn Entertainment has two staff members working at Titanfall, while the other team works at Apex Legends.
As reported by MP1st, community coordinator Jason Garza discusses the current state of Titanfall in a video ahead of the recent “Save Titanfall” hacking attack but has been contextualized because of the hacking.
In the video, Jason reveals that Respawn Entertainment has about two team members working on Titanfall, while the rest work on Apex Legends.
Jason said, “The Titanfall community isn’t forgotten or abandoned or anything like that. We’re still working on it, it’s just we can’t telegraph our movements, and we only have one or two people because the others – everyone is at Apex, so don’t feel no delicious. This is something we work on just because this thing takes time, you can’t press a button and it’s all really magically solved. ”
While it’s unclear how Jason is literally when he says one to two staff members work on Titanfall, the small number of staff working on the game makes sense considering Titanfall and Titanfall 2 have completed development and likely only need a few people to oversee the game.
Jason’s comments about the number of staff working at Titanfall have taken on new meaning with the recent “Save Titanfall” hacking attack. Suddenly the difficulty of fixing this hack became more plausible, given that not many staff members were able to work on and improve the game.
For those wondering how it is possible Respawn put so many of its staff at Apex and Titanfall and still release titles like Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Respawn Entertainment actually has two studios. The Vancouver studio is a studio focused on the renewal and expansion of Apex Legends, while the California studio works on other titles. Chances are Jason is referring to the Vancouver studio here.
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