Home • PC Game News • Titanfall • Natalie Clayton Contributor 21st November 2020 / 12:49PM When you’re dropping heavy machinery from orbit, a few dings and bangs are to be expected. Unfortunately, Titanfall‘s long-overdue arrival on Steam left it more than a little smashed up. Early reports from the mech battlefields suggest the 2014 game is pretty much unplayable, locking its fascinating experimental multiplayer campaign behind server issues and broken software. Respawn Entertainment’s multiplayer-only debut quietly dropped onto Steam this week. Unfortunately, as our pals at Eurogamer discovered, it’s arrived in a pretty unplayable state, quickly racking up a negative review aggregate. To experience this #content, you will need to enable targeting cookies. Yes, we know. Sorry.Manage cookie settings Now, it’s not shocking that a multiplayer-only game from over half a decade back would be hard to play. But Titanfall’s problems don’t begin and end with low player counts. Steam reviews point to a game plagued by server issues, with folks frequently getting booted out of matchmaking – not ideal, when even the game’s tutorial requires connecting to a server. Others note that the game will falsely claim they’re missing DLC map packs, despite it being impossible to pick… Read full this story
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