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Respawn Entertainment

Knowledge Identifier: &Respawn_Entertainment


Respawn Entertainment

American independent video game development studio founded by Jason West and Vince Zampella, who were formerly responsible for the development of the ''Call of Duty'' franchise at Infinity Ward add

Category: Business (26)

Founded in 2010.

Countries: United States (67%), Japan (17%), (17%)

Main connections: Infinity Ward, Electronic Arts, Activision

Linked to: Privately held company, Activision, LinkedIn, Bungie




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This coincided with Jason West and Vince Zampella editing their profiles on the website LinkedIn to list Infinity Ward as a former employer as of March 2010 add something


On March 1, 2010, Activision amended its report with the Securities and Exchange Commission to add notification that two senior employees of Infinity Ward were being fired due to "breaches of contract and insubordination" add something


On April 12, 2010 the Los Angeles Times reported that West and Zampella were forming a new independent gaming studio known as Respawn Entertainment add something


According to comments by the employees, Respawn was expected to begin work on its first project in May 2010 add something


EA Games Label president Frank Gibeau revealed at E3 2011 in June 2011 that Respawn Entertainment's EA-published shooter was "sci-fi oriented" and would allow the publisher to "compete with things like "Gears" and "Halo" add something


In April 2013, Respawn registered a trademark for the name Titan, and it was reported that Respawn game was an always-online Xbox exclusive, although nothing has been confirmed add something


In June 2013, Respawn Entertainment officially debuted its game at E3 under the name "Titanfall" but has yet to reveal an official release date add something


In December 2014, it was announced that Respawn is in the early stages of development of an untitled game add something


In March 2015, it was announced that Respawn is developing a sequel to "Titanfall" add something


From job listing in January 2016 it was found that the project was to be a third person action-adventure game add something


The studio was acquired by Electronic Arts on December 1, 2017 add something


On February 4, 2019, a battle royale game set in the "Titanfall" universe, titled "Apex Legends", was released add something