Titanfall Online Cancelled In Korea
It looks like Titanfall Online won't be respawning after all. Kotaku is reporting, via Korean site Game Focus, that the EA/Nexon collaboration will not see a full release, following lackluster response to testing in Korea.
It's been nearly a year since we first heard of the venture, which spent three years in development. Of course, this being 2018 and all, there's a way that the companies could still salvage some of those development costs into a workable product, as commenter OldManLight suggested:
"i have an idea on how to salvage this, 100 titans fall onto an island, there’s a circle that gets smaller, last one standing wins."
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