Reported issues with Titanfall 2: A Glitch in the Frontier
Titanfall 2 recently received a new update that brought a series of bug fixes and improvements as well as a bevy of new features. The patch notes for the update “A Glitch in the Frontier” reveal that the update brings a new map, a new Live Fire Map, a new faction, as well as many useful matchmaking and network improvements, among other things.
Unfortunately, A Glitch in the Frontier also brings a few issues of its own as gamers report. In this article, we’re going to list the most common issues reported by gamers.
Titanfall 2: A Glitch in the Frontier bugs
- The update won’t install
I’m trying to update my game since the new Glich in the Frontier patch, but it won’t start the update, it’s just says “Update in Queue”, but nothing happens. What is wrong, anyone else having this problem? The game worked fine before this…
- Titanfall 2 freezing on Glitch
since the DLC, Titanfall 2 is directly (1-3min) freezing on Glitch-Map in any game mode…..anyone the same problem(s)? On other maps (after ten games) no Problems detected….
- Graphics issues
A Glitch in the Frontier has made Titanfall 2 unplayable for many gamers. When they launch the game, random black squares appear on the screen, as you can see in the screenshot below.
These are the most frequent issues reported by Titanfall 2 players after installing A Glitch in the Frontier. As you can see, there are only three bugs on the list, meaning that the update is actually pretty stable and reliable, with most players able to enjoy a smooth gaming experience.
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