That the first Titanfall is almost unplayable on PC has been the justification of a group of hackers who hacked into Apex Legends a few days ago. Respawn Entertainment was forced to work against the clock to fix the problems, something that has ended up affecting development of other features of this batte royale video game, which works under the model free-to-play, that is, free but with microtrasactions. The study has acknowledged that work to implement cross-platform progression has been affected by the recent attack.
It was Chad Grenier, director of Apex Legends, who confirmed it on Twitter. In response to a user, you have explained that the process has slowed down Due to the recent attacks, which prevented many players from enjoying the game normally: “It is in development, although the recent attacks against Apex and Titantall have slowed the progress of it, since we have had to fix the problems of the video game.”
For a while now, players have barely been able to enjoy Titanfall due to the continuous attacks on servers, which have turned the experience into a haven for cheats and hackers. Respawn Entertainment admits that the problems that the already veteran title drags are serious and difficult to solve, also due to the resources they can allocate. In fact, the study has recognized that there are currently only one or two people working on it, since most of the team is focused on Apex Legends, a title that continues to update and receive content on a regular basis.
Apex Legends is available at PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PS4, PS5 y Nintendo Switch. The mobile version is also on the way, although there is no announced release date at the moment. Titanfall, meanwhile, received a second installment, but the future of the saga remains in the air.