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Titanfall 3 Reportedly Leaked by GameStop

Newly found pre-order placeholder box at GameStop outlets located in Germany suggests Titanfall 3 could be revealed soon.

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Titanfall 3 Reportedly Leaked by GameStop

It's been almost six years since developer Respawn Entertainment and publisher Electronic Arts have released 2016 first-person shooter Titanfall 2 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, a sequel to its acclaimed 2014 predecessor title Titanfall.

Titanfall fans are waiting for long to play a third mainline entry or Apex Legends to add Titans in Battle Royale at some point. After a recent placeholder leak at GameStop of Germany, they are hoping to see Titanfall 3 being announced soon.

A placeholder for Titanfall 3 has recently been spotted at GameStop retail shop in Germany and people can apparently pre-order it. Many locals have also reported that Titanfall 3 was available for pre-order at a number of GameStop outlets.

Titanfall 3 placeholder at GameStop also claims a possible release window for fourth quarter of 2022. Respawn previously surprised everyone by releasing free-to-play Battle Royale title Apex Legends the day they revealed it following leak.

An image of a generic box art for Titanfall 3 and few other games was shared on Twitter by user Onion00048.

However, there is a very little chance for Respawn to surprise release a third Titanfall game out of nowhere. Their community coordinator claimed that Titanfall 3 is not in development and no reputable insider has leaked anything on T3 yet.

GameStop placeholder doesn't confirm whether a game is actually in development or an official launch date. These boxes are simply put there so that customers can pre-order games that have been officially announced already or are leaked.

These placeholders can easily be updated if a rumored game is actually announced or deleted if it gets cancelled later on. Respawn Entertainment is currently busy working on 2019's Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order sequel and few other projects.

Titanfall was originally debuted as a multiplayer-only FPS back in 2014, which introduced mech-style Titans that players could control. Titanfall 3 fans may have to wait longer before Respawn can entirely shift focus away from Apex Legends.