Respawn Entertainment is celebrating its 10-year anniversary today. Since its establishment in 2010, the studio has launched a number of series, including its debut Titanfall; but it doesn't sound like there will be anything new for that series soon though.
In an interview with IGN, studio boss Vince Zampella said there is "nothing currently in development" for Titanfall, though it's always there in some manner thanks to Apex Legends, which is set in the same universe.
"At some point, I would personally like to see some kind of resurrection there," said Zampella. "We'll see if I can make that happen."
Zampella was also recently tasked with leading the rebranding of DICE LA. Speaking to IGN about what's next for that studio, Zampella says the team is "a shooter team. Chances are it's going to be something along those lines."
Respawn's games since its establishment have mostly been shooters as well, and they've been extremely well-regarded, especially in the case of Apex Legends and Titanfall 2. As to what's next for Respawn, the studio is currently working on the VR Medal of Honor revival.
An EA spokesperson confirmed to IGN that it's "safe to assume" that we might see some things from Respawn at the upcoming EA Play stream this summer. Zampella followed it up with a little tease: "The other things I would be hesitant to talk about because I want surprise and delight [for fans]."
While it's probably not Titanfall, given Respawn's recent trajectory, it should still be something that will stand out from the usual suspects. EA Play is scheduled to take place digitally this year on June 11.