Respawn Home entertainment’s Titanfall 2 didn’t exactly measure up to sales assumptions, particularly because it launched on even more systems than the initial and also had a lot more to supply. In spite of this, EA isn’t really watching it as a disaster.
In a recent earnings telephone call following its Q3 financial report, Chief Executive Officer Andrew Wilson stated that, “We’re not seeing it as underperformance at this point. Exactly what we have demonstrated as an organisation is that with great games, we can sell them for several months and typically many years.” Battleground 4, for example, continuouslies offer well years later.
Wilson kept in mind that, “So, the way we assume about Titanfall is that we have just what is one of the finest games of this year, and also absolutely among the most effective video games in this generation of consoles.
“And we have actually obtained an advancement group who have astounding pedigree and also a commitment to continuously support the community, and we anticipate to continue to expand that community with the coming fiscal year.”
Titanfall 2 will certainly continuously obtain new content with the Live Fire setting showing up in February and the Colony remake due in March.