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In a recent GeForce NOW leak, a massive list of titles included on the service has been found, showing many more games that were previously kept secret. One AAA title that quite a few will be pleased to see is Titanfall 3. While Titanfall 3 has not been officially announced, the success of Apex Legends has brought a bit of interest back into Titanfall’s franchise and the recent GeForce NOW leak has only added fuel to this fire.
It wasn’t long ago that Respawn’s community manager stated that the Titanfall community had not been forgotten, sparking a bit of speculation back in summer this year.
Seeing as Apex Legends takes place in the Titanfall universe, it is not daft to assume there was another Titanfall game on the horizon. When that will be is unknown, however, some senior staff have hinted towards a third Titanfall game, looking to make it fill in the gaps and complete the Apex Legends/ Titanfall storyline.
In a Twitch clip you can view here, Apex Legends’ Game Director Chad Grenier confirmed that Apex Legends Season 9 will contain a “ton” of ‘Titanfall’ content.
Titanfall 3 Release Date
With nothing more than a whisper, it looks as though the release date of Titanfall 3 would, at the very least, be next year (2022). As I said, there is no official confirmation of this, just leaks and rumors, which at this stage do look to be real. We can expect Titanfall 3 to be available for Xbox Series X/S and the PS5, and seeing as we spotted the title in the GeForce leaks, PC too. Don’t forget, Apex Legends is available for Switch these days too, so you never know.
Titanfall Initial Release Date
The original Titanfall was released on the 11th of March, 2014.
Apex Legends System Requirements
Titanfall 3 will most likely be much more demanding than Apex Legends, so take this with a pinch of salt but here
Shaun is a gaming enthusiast and computer science graduate who has been working with computers for the last 15 years. He took a shine to competitive FPS back in the mid-2000s and hasn't looked back since.