EA Confident that ‘Titanfall’ Sequels Could Be Multi-Platform

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With the Xbox One getting ready for its launch, early adopters know that they have a big release in Titanfall coming their way soon. That should go a long way as much of the criticism for both consoles thus far has fallen on the shoulders of lacklustre launch libraries. Having a hotly anticipated game like the Titanfall only a few months down the line will be very reassuring for Xbox One owners.

Although there have been questions about the game’s exclusivity to Microsoft, with many wondering if those who picked up the PlayStation 4 would ever get a bite at Respawn Entertainment‘s cherry. It has been confirmed that Sony will at least be sitting out the first installment, although there are still many wondering where that leaves possible sequels.

In a conference call transcribed by Seeking Alpha, EA executive Blake J. Jorgensen hinted that PlayStation 4 owners should hold out a little hope yet.

“I’m sure that there will be future Titanfalls at some point that may be on multiple product platforms”

Titanfall Could Come To PS4

Earlier this year, Respawn Entertainment developer Vince Zampella explained that while the Titanfall was exclusive to Microsoft for life, that it would only be for the “first” game. He also confirmed that the developer will “of course” develop games for the PlayStation 4 in the future. These hints mean that it is beginning to look more and more likely that Titanfall will be a multiplatform franchise at some point. The question of exactly how far off in the future that is remains to be seen as we are still four months away from the first game hitting. So while Sony gamers can begin to get their hopes up for some Titanfall action, they had better get ready for the long haul.

Is Titanfall the killer announced exclusive across the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4? If you only own a PlayStation 4, are you upset about missing out on Titanfall or are you not bothered? Let us know in the comments.

Titanfall will be launching for Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC on March 11, 2014

Source: Seeking Alpha [via Eurogamer]