Titanfall 3 LEAKS: Release Date, Platforms, Trailers And Everything You Need To Know
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Titanfall 3 LEAKS: Release Date, Platforms, Trailers And Everything You Need To Know

Lloyd Coombes
28 September 2020

Standby for Titanfall (again).

Titanfall 2 may not have been given a chance to succeed, released between Battlefield 1 and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, but there's no denying it was a phenomenal game.

Still, the success of Apex Legends has no doubt led to a surge in popularity for Respawn's multiplayer shooter, and fans have been constantly asking for the developer to return to the frontier and bring Titans along for the ride.

Here's everything we know about the long-rumoured third instalment.

Titanfall 3 Release Date

Don't expect any news soon, but a recent leak from TheNeon_Beast, a Brazil-based Apex Legends leaker, has suggested that the game is in early development.

In a since-deleted tweet, they said "Titanfall 3 is for real".

“I’m pretty sure leakers can say the same, cuz we have totally different sources. The good thing is: even with different sources, the rumor is exactly the same.”

This allegedly comes from multiple sources, although we're unable to verify those at this point - although Apex Legends dataminer Biast12 has also confirmed that their sources also confirmed a Titanfall threequel is in development.

Platforms

The first Titanfall was a PC and Xbox One exclusive, while it's criminally underrated sequel moved to PlayStation 4, too.

Expect the third instalment to hit PC, Xbox Series S/X and PlayStation 5 when it eventually does launch.

With Apex Legends coming to Nintendo Switch, there's always a chance the franchise could come to the platform - but don't bet on it.

Trailer

Steady on, the game hasn't been announced yet!

Thankfully, that gives us a chance to rewatch the Titanfall 2 trailer, which in turn will almost certainly mean we'll go back to playing Titanfall 2.

Check out the multiplayer gameplay trailer below:

 

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