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Titanfall’s inevitable sequel will again be published by Electronic Arts, but won’t be exclusive to Microsoft platforms, according to sources speaking to both Polygon and GameSpot.

If true, this would certainly corroborates the vague language used to describe Titanfall’s Xbox One, Xbox 360, and Windows PC exclusivity—an arrangement that’s out of character for EA, who publishes across platforms typically. During an investor call late last year, EA chief financial officer Blake Jorgensen said that Titanfall is “exclusive only through the life of the title on Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PCs”—not the series.

About that same time, Zampella mentioned on Twitter how Respawn would most certainly develop for PS4, “Just not the first Titanfall.”

When pressed for response, EA issued a stock “We do not comment on rumor or speculation” to both Polygon and GameSpot.

For more on Respawn’s multiplayer-only first-person shooter, feel free to check out my review.

EA reportedly secures publishing rights to Titanfall 2, won’t be Microsoft exclusive

By | 03/19/2014 04:45 PM PT

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Titanfall’s inevitable sequel will again be published by Electronic Arts, but won’t be exclusive to Microsoft platforms, according to sources speaking to both Polygon and GameSpot.

If true, this would certainly corroborates the vague language used to describe Titanfall’s Xbox One, Xbox 360, and Windows PC exclusivity—an arrangement that’s out of character for EA, who publishes across platforms typically. During an investor call late last year, EA chief financial officer Blake Jorgensen said that Titanfall is “exclusive only through the life of the title on Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PCs”—not the series.

About that same time, Zampella mentioned on Twitter how Respawn would most certainly develop for PS4, “Just not the first Titanfall.”

When pressed for response, EA issued a stock “We do not comment on rumor or speculation” to both Polygon and GameSpot.

For more on Respawn’s multiplayer-only first-person shooter, feel free to check out my review.

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