Respawn Entertainment's community manager admits that her company has heard the criticism about the first Titanfall not having enough guns or a single-player campaign.

The EXL Podcast (courtesy of GameSpot) interviewed Respawn Entertainment's community manager Abbie Heppe about the next Titanfall game. Unfortunately, Heppe was not allowed to reveal any actual gameplay details or specifics about Titanfall 2, but she did say that there's "a lot of stuff that people are going to be excited about." Of course, working on a sequel means that the company can look at critical responses from the first game in order to make things better this time around.

"The really nice thing about working on a sequel is we have established the core of what Titanfall is," Heppe said. "We have assets, we have an engine, we have all of these things that we laid the foundation for in the first game that now we can really build off of in the second. So I think there's going to be a lot of stuff that people are going to be excited about. And that's all I can say."

When asked on whether or not Titanfall 2 would have a type of single-player campaign mode or a larger variety in its arsenal, Heppe responded by saying "we've definitely heard the feedback."

In celebration of Titanfall's one-year anniversary, Respawn has made all of the game's DLC content available free, regardless if the player is on Xbox One, Xbox 360 or PC. This past February, Respawn suggested that Titanfall's sequel won't be made in accordance to the first game's exclusivity deal with Microsoft, meaning that we could be seeing Titanfall 2 on PlayStation consoles. Unfortunately, there is no kind of launch window for Titanfall 2 as it's still in the early phases of development. In all likelihood, we won't be seeing this game until well into 2016.