Titanfall developer Respawn Entertainment will continue its licensing deal with Electronic Arts. The partnership was touched upon during EA’s investor call last night, where Chief Executive Officer Andrew Wilson discussed plans to keep the franchise fresh with new experiences.
During last night’s call, Wilson said of the Titanfall deal, “we’re also excited to announce that EA is continuing its partnership with Vince Zampella and the Respawn Entertainment team, building on our success in delivering Titanfall, the biggest interactive entertainment event of the year so far. Through a new publishing agreement, we’ll be working with Respawn to bring new Titanfall experiences to players worldwide.
“We obviously have three [map packs] planned. On top of that, we’re doing the season pass as well, which is keeping the engagement levels there and our goal, quite frankly, is to keep this franchise as fresh as we do with our Ultimate Team and our Sports, as well as we do in Battlefield, obviously, with Premium.”