As Respawn Phases It Out, Titanfall is no longer available for digital sale
After seven years of digital sales, Respawn has decided to discontinue the Titanfall game and will also be removing it from its subscription service in March. Although the game’s servers will remain online, they will only be accessible to those who have it. Unless you are able to find a physical copy.
The announcement was made via social media where the studio confirmed that the servers would remain online for the time being. Respawn still considers the PC, Xbox One and Xbox 360 games that were the foundation of the Titanfall II and Apex Legends are part of their DNA seven years ago. The mixed messages that were displayed on that are still there, you know.
The complete message is as follows:
Titanfall was a primarily multiplayer video game. Its player base is its lifeblood and it now has a ceiling. Although the game is still available, Respawn may make adjustments to ensure that the game does not disappear when it goes offline. This is a problem that many online games face and a significant obstacle to video game preservation. While some are trying to circumvent it others are being wiped from the face of the Earth.