Titanfall 2 is the latest installment in the Titanfall franchise from Respawn and EA. It is also bringing to the table several changes, such as a single-player story mode, and recently it was also announced that the game would be doing away with season passes, meaning that all future maps and modes for the game will be released for free.


These are actually good changes to make, but unfortunately it seems that not everyone thinks that it will matter. According to the analysts at Cowen & Company, they published a report in which they state that they are downgrading EA’s shares because they don’t believe that Titanfall 2 will sell very well.

Analyst Doug Creutz writes, “We are downgrading EA shares … because we believe that Titanfall 2 sales are going to be substantially disappointing.” He also suggests that the drop in sales will more or less cancel out whatever surge in sales that Battlefield 1 has brought to the table.

Of course only time will tell as to how accurate their report and estimates are. It is odd that they think this will happen despite the fact that Titanfall 2 has received mostly positive reviews so far. However it is possible that due to the launch of the game, which is in between Battlefield 1 and Activision’s Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare that players might not be interested in spending so much money within such a short span of time, which in turn could affect the sales, but like we said, we’ll have to wait and see. In the meantime are you planning to get Titanfall 2?

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