Titanfall 2 players think Respawn has finally fixed its years-old server issues

Respawn Addresses Titanfall 2 Server Issues and Teases the Future

Recently, Respawn quietly released a patch for Titanfall 2, addressing long-standing server issues and giving fans hope for the future of the franchise. Back in 2021, Respawn had reassured players after reports of a security vulnerability, but little else was done for the dedicated fanbase. Now, it seems that the developers have not only fixed the matchmaking problems but also hinted at something new on the horizon.

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A pinned thread on the Titanfall subreddit confirmed the server fix and clarified that matchmaking issues have been resolved. Players will no longer experience disconnections while searching for a match, and severe lag has not been an issue for nearly two years. This fix alone has rejuvenated the community and reignited their love for the game.

But that’s not all. Respawn has also addressed other bugs and glitches that have plagued the shooter, quietly updated playlists, and sparked speculation with an update to Apex Legends. Apex Legends shares both its universe and developer with Titanfall, leading fans to believe that Respawn is subtly teasing a third installment in the franchise.

@Iniqu1ty pointed out on Twitter that Apex Legends’ latest update contains a cryptic message that references specific dates in Unix time, coinciding with the release of Titanfall 1, Titanfall 2, and Apex Legends. While it’s not definitive proof, the timing is intriguing and has the community buzzing with excitement. Respawn’s CEO, Vince Zampella, has previously expressed his desire to create a third Titanfall game when the time is right, further fueling speculation.

In an interview, Zampella emphasized the franchise’s importance to both fans and developers at Respawn. Although there are no concrete plans or ongoing work on a new Titanfall game, the studio acknowledges the beloved nature of the series. However, it was revealed that Titanfall 3 had been in development for almost a year before the success of Apex Legends led the team to change direction.

Former Titanfall designer Mohammad Alavi shared the story, explaining that they had initially started working on Titanfall 3 after the release of Titanfall 2. However, after seeing the impact of PUBG: Battlegrounds, the team made the difficult decision to pivot and develop Apex Legends instead. They recognized the incredible potential of the battle royale genre and believed it would be a better choice for both the studio and the players.

While the future of the Titanfall franchise remains uncertain, Respawn’s recent actions have given renewed hope to fans. With the server issues resolved and hints of more to come, the community eagerly awaits any news or updates from the developers.