Everyone else is working on Apex Legends.
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The first Titanfall has been virtually unplayable for weeks now thanks to the ongoing DDoS attacks by someone. Recently, Titanfall 2 has been suffering much the same fate. In fact, the attacks on Titanfall 2 really started to ramp up following the attacks on Apex Legends. At least Titanfall 2 still has a single player component that can be played, but those aching for some Titanfall multiplayer are SOL.

Despite this, Respawn recently revealed that there are only "one or two" staff members actively working on Titanfall, as all of the rest are on Apex Legends. This reveal came during the regular "morning tea" livestream from Respawn community coordinator Jason Garza. Garza was responding to a fan that said that the Titanfall community is "at our wits end and feel abandoned."

"You're not abandoned. It's a game of whack-a-mole with this." He continues on to say that he doesn't want to elaborate much as "you can only hear that so many times before it becomes useless. Because now it's a different type of game with these people who DDOS and stuff like that, and blacklist and things like that, so we can't telegraph our moves, we can't say what we're doing. All I can say is we're working on it.

"The thing is we only have like one or two people on it because everybody else is on Apex. So don’t feel bad. It’s something we do work on just that these things take time, you can’t just press a button and everything’s fixed magically."
The segment in question begins around the 10:02 mark in the below video.


Titanfall first came out back in early 2014. Titanfall 2 was released in late 2016. Both titles are still being sold by EA across multiple platforms.