Developer Respawn Entertainment has said that there are only "one or two people" working on Titanfall at the moment.
That's according to community coordinator Jason Garza, who said in a video – as spotted by MP1ST – that the studio hasn't forgotten about this title. He also said that everyone else at Respawn is working on its free-to-play battle royale title, Apex Legends.
This news comes in the wake of a group of hackers attacking Apex Legends in order to raise awareness of the fact that the original Titanfall was being overrun with hackers and cheaters.
"All I can say is that we’re working on [Titanfall], and that’s why I stopped talking about things like that, and you guys aren’t…the Titanfall community is not forgotten or abandoned or anything like that," Garza said.
"We’re still working on it, it’s just we can’t telegraph our moves, and we only have like one or two people on it because the rest — 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."
Apex Legends has attracted more than 100 million players since its launch back in February 2019. The original Titanfall made its debut back in 2014 ahead of a sequel that came out in 2016.