It seems the current project of Titanfall on Respawn and the plans for all future Titanfall games are delayed. Earlier scheduled for this year, Apex Legends executive producer Drew McCoy announced plans for all future Titanfall games that were delayed, so Respawn could better focus on future seasons for Apex Legends.
"[Regarding] Other games in Respawn's development, it's important to understand that there are completely separate development teams working on Apex Legends and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, "McCoy writes in a blog post." In addition, to support Apex Legends, we push plans for future titles for Titanfall. No resources from the Apex Legends team are redirected to other development titles here in the studio, nor are we retrieving resources from the Star Wars Jedi team: the Fallen Order.
Not much details have been found about the forthcoming Titanfall project, but Respawn Executive Director Vince Zampela explained that it was not Titanfall 3. "We love experimenting in this crazy universe!" he said. On Twitter, Zampella also lowered the theory that the Titanfall project would be a VR game. In the call for revenue, EA described the project as a "premium" title, but assumed that the game would not be a typical extension of Titanfall.
In this sense, the Titanfall project sounds like it might be similar to Apex Legends, the Royale game for the Respawn Battle, established within the Titanfall universe years after the events of Titanfall 2. This upcoming game can just be set in the same setting as the original first-person shooters, but not quite following the same mix of fast and wall-to-play gameplay and a slower, mech-based combat.
Respawn will announce details of Apex Legends Season 2 during EA Play in June. "For Season 2, you can expect a more meaningful Battle Pass, the introduction of a new legend, a new weapon's debut … and you do not expect the Kings Canyon to remain forever the same, do you?" "McCoy wrote. After the beginning of Season 2, Respawn is scheduled to release the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order on November 15 for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. The Star Wars game is set after the Revenge of the Sith events and sees you play as Jedi falling down Cal Cests.