To meet Respawn Entertainment, you only need to hear two names: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and Apex Legends. We can add a much more iconic third party, Titanfall, to better understand what the study is capable of, or perhaps what it was capable of. One of its key members, founder of the company, has decided to leave Respawn. Drew McCoy has announced his retirement After a decade developing and directing projects.
An absolute withdrawal, since McCoy is not going to join any of the currently available ranks in Electronic Arts. Whichever executive producer of Apex Legends He recently announced his study progress through his official Twitter account, highlighting that he will miss «Especially to people, daily discussions, successes, failures and everything that goes in between»
For everyone who played our games, thank you from the bottom of my heart. Not sure where I'm going yet, but rest assured I can't stay away from games for long!
Be excellent to each other 2/2
– Drew McCoy (@ DKo5) February 24, 2020
At his farewell, the former member of Respawn confesses not knowing what your next project will be. However, it ensures that «I won't be able to get away from games for a long time», so it is to be expected that we will soon have news about your next destination, although this is uncertain now.
A march that comes when Apex Legends continues to grow in content, and with a Respawn that, according to rumors, would already be immersed in the development of a sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order for the new generation. Do youOthers will follow
Meanwhile, Apex Legends is approaching smartphones
When Apex Legends appeared out of nowhere, it didn't take long for EA to drop that a mobile version He was among his future plans for the game. Having been launched on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, the jump to smartphones is inevitable, and more seeing how proposals such as Call of Duty: Mobile or Fortnite have already done so in these months and for some time. Recently, a leaked audio from EA reconfirmed the existence of this mobile project.
With the name of Apex Legends MobileIt seems that this is one of the projects in which Respawn is working to increase the visibility of its new IP and, incidentally, allow EA to enter another field with this battle royale proposal so own and different from the rest. It remains to be seen when it will come true, but everything points to that it will be this same 2020 when we can finally make the big leap on iOS and Android.