Remastered Titanfall maps might be coming to Apex Legends

A leak suggests that a handful of Titanfall 2 maps are on their way to Apex Legends in a new Limited Time Mode (LTM).


Apex Legends welcomed the Beast of Prey update patch on September 20. Dataminers have since had a field day sleuthing about. So far, they've found a treasure trove of info that reveal stuff coming to Respawn Entertainment's free-to-play shooter. Case in point, dataminers found proof that remastered Titanfall maps are coming to Apex Legends in the future.

It looks like Titanfall fans are finally close to getting what they want in Apex Legends.

Reputed Apex Legends dataminer, KralRindo, found several Titanfall maps in Apex Legends' files, such as:

  • Exoplanet
  • Homestead
  • Angel City
  • Black Water Canal
  • Boneyard
  • Crashsite
  • Rise
  • Eden
  • Colony

In addition to KralRindo's findings, Thordan Smash also found proof of a loading screen of the Colony map.

With nine maps found in Apex Legends' files, it feels like it's only a matter of time before they're added to the game. But, not all fans are quick to believe. Some are just tired of all of the rumors suggesting that Respawn is open to bringing more of Titanfall to Apex Legends. Keep in mind that it wasn't too long ago that hackers took down Apex Legends just so that Respawn would pay attention to Titanfall 2.

On the other hand, some fans did have valid points. For example, one fan said that Titanfall 2 maps were made with pilot movement in mind, while another added that the same maps wouldn't work as well in Apex Legends because of the difference in movement.

The chances are slim that we're going to see Titanfall 3 this decade.

Respawn deserves the benefit of the doubt. Surely, the studio must have thought of these. Wall-running and piloting mechs are out of the equation, but Respawn could change the maps to appease both Titanfall and Apex Legends players

In the meantime, Titanfall fans shouldn't keep their hopes high up for Titanfall 3. Respawn is currently working on three Star Wars games.

Ray Ampoloquio
Ray is a lifelong gamer with a nose for keeping up with the latest news in and out of the gaming industry. When he's not reading, writing, editing, and playing video games, he builds and repairs computers in his spare time. You can find Ray on Twitter.
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