Although it was just launched, Titanfall 2 is already one of the most popular games of 2016. The game offers a revamped single player campaign that further explores the unique bond between Pilot and Titan, as well as a robust multiplayer experience that includes six new Titans.
Unfortunately, the gaming experience is severely limited for some players due to various issues. Respawn Entertainment has opened a forum thread where the company is going to regularly post various workarounds for the Titanfall 2 issues reported by players.
Our team is working to outline any troubleshooting issues we have been alerted on that helped other users. We will be adding to this list through launch.
Data Center Searching….
Having multiple enabled network adapters might leave you in a state where you will not be able to get the proper data center list. Disable all adapters outside of the one you’re using, and this should resolve the issue.
AMD GPU Drivers
Make sure you have the latest AMD Game Ready driver before hitting the Frontier. Get the 16.10.3. drivers here: 16.10.3 Driver (Live 10/27 after 6PM PT)
Currently selecting ‘Invite network’ and jumping into a match with network players and the match ends, you will get put back into your network lobby. That is intended functionality for Network invited games.
Unfortunately, for the majority of Titanfall 2 issues reported by gamers, there is no workaround available yet. The number of bugs that affect players will definitely be reduced in the coming weeks thanks to all the updates that Respawn Entertainment will roll out.
If you experience any issues when playing Titanfall 2, you can report the bugs on this forum thread. In this manner, you can inform Respawn Entertainment about the problems gamers encounter and help the company develop fixes faster.
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