This was further verified by EA’s website where the previous page has now been updated. It now reads:
Titanfall’s earlier connectivity issues have now been resolved, and you shouldn’t have any problem getting into the game.
That is a pretty quick recovery, i am glad that the developers are really putting their efforts into the well being of Titanfall. Let’s just hope that these downtimes are not something we will have to live with for a longer time.
Minutes ago, the official website of EA put up a new post confirming that the Titanfall servers are experiencing difficulty due to unforeseen reasons. This comes in multiple reports from gamers as well as Xbox Live itself regarding the game’s slightly crippling launch.
The post in question appeared on the help page of the EA website where they acknowledged the problems, gave the usual assurances and left without explaining what exactly was causing the trouble. This is it, in full length:
Titanfall is currently experiencing connection problems, which means you may not be able to connect to online play, or even might get dropped from an online match you’re currently playing. Rest assured that we’re addressing this problem and will provide updates as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience. Please stay tuned to this article for more information.”
Other than this, Titanfall for Xbox One is completely dependent on Microsoft’s Azure servers, and yesterday i.e. the launch day of Titanfall, Xbox One users had reported that Xbox Live was down. It was then that Xbox Support page also gave assurances that they were working to fix the problem with Titanfall servers.
If you check the Xbox Live Status page now, it shows all the services up and running, but this is a completely different platform that has faced the same server issues now. The question here is, has the thing we feared the most regarding Titanfall launch actually happened? And does this mean that we will have to bear Titanfall servers go down again as well?
Let’s just hope that this is just a onetime problem – fingers crossed – and that the folks in charge will get things up and running on the Titanfall servers as soon as possible.
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