Respawn Entertainment is looking to expand the Apex Legends universe with a single-player FPS title in the series.
Respawn Entertainment’s popular battle royale title Apex Legends may expand beyond a multiplayer game. A recent job posting on the developer’s website appears to be looking to recruit talent for a new game set in the same universe of Apex Legends.
Since the surprise launch of Apex Legends in 2019, Respawn Entertainment has done a great job building out Legends’ stories. Each new season offers players a cinematic that delves into the characters’ lore, such as explaining how Ash is directly related to Titanfall 2. Fan reception for these characters. this story has grown in positivity with each new story, so it makes perfect sense for Respawn Entertainment to offer a single-player experience to expand the Apex universe on a pre-made platform.
According to a job posting on Respawn Entertainment’s site, the team is looking for a “Senior Tool/System Engineer – C++ -” for the “FPS Apex Universe Incubator Project”. While not much is known from the job posting, it does indicate that whoever is hired will work with other members of the team to support “collision, physics, audio, operating systems, etc. low end and hardware support”. In addition to the mentioned location, another post directly states that this project is a new single player adventure.
Fans of Respawn Entertainment already know what this veteran studio can do. Originally starting with Call of Duty, the studio has significantly expanded its portfolio to work on other FPS titles with compelling stories like Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond as well as Titanfall. 2019’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order wasn’t a perfect narrative experience, but it cemented Respawn Entertainment’s reputation as a studio capable of delivering complete single-player experiences without the multiplayer modes. play.
Given that Apex Legends has done well with its characters and biographies, this potential product could do wonders as it explores more of the game’s connections in the Titanfall universe. While no official announcement has been made, an interesting story corner to work out will be connecting Apex Legends, Apex Legends Mobile, and the beloved Titanfall series.
It will probably be a while before the title is officially announced as Respawn Entertainment has been busy with the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order sequel and maintaining Apex Legends with consistent updates. The future for the next few years of Respawn Entertainment will be very exciting to look forward to.
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