Respawn Entertainment Hinting Something In Apex Legends Patch Notes

Could Respawn Be Cooking Again?

Rizwan Anwer
Rizwan Anwer
2 Min Read
Highlights
  • Cryptic dates hidden in plain sight
  • All correspond to previous titles release dates
  • Potentially a new title?

Respawn Entertainment is known for their work on Titanfall, Apex Legends, and more recently the Star Wars Jedi series. While the rumors of Titanfall 3 have been shot down time and again, a hidden message relating to their previous titles in the Titanfall and Apex world could hint at something to come.

Is Respawn Entertainment Working On A Surprise?

On the latest patch notes page for Apex Legends, players were pointing out a curious entry at the bottom of the page.

Incoming Transmissionā€¦. Subject: Nessieā€¦.

1394521200

1477638000

1549267200

When someone on the subreddit pointed out that these numbers are Unix timestamps, they translate to the following:

1394521200 – March 11th, 2014 (Titanfall release date)

1477638000 – October 28th, 2016 (Titanfall 2 release date)

1549267200 – February 4th, 2019 (Apex Legends release date)

With all of the release dates corresponding to titles in the Titanfall universe, one can only hope that this means the developers may be considering bringing the forgotten shooter back to life once again.

While details are still scarce at best and constant reports have confirmed that Titanfall 3 is more likely to not exist than to exist, we strongly advise fans to take this news with a heavy grain of salt.

What are your thoughts on what the news can be? Let us know in the comments section below!

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