Electronic Arts and developer Respawn Entertainment have launched a Titanfall 'known issues and troubleshooting' web page to address various common bug encountered in the game.
The page provides a list of "gameplay-affecting issues we're currently aware of and tracking," says EA, while offering possible solutions and workarounds for some of the existing problems affecting players of the PC and Xbox shooter.
This comes after a largely successful North American launch on Tuesday, with only minor and intermittent server issues affecting both PC and Xbox gamers, both of which have apparently since been resolved.
Here's a list of the topics covered on the 'known issues' page. Head through that link for more information on each.
- Titanfall cannot be installed on 32-bit systems
- Troubleshooting installation fails at 20% and 31%
- Hard-drive related installation issues
- Connection errors and infinite loop when trying to connect on slower internet connections
Crashing & In-game
- Crashing when accepting an invitation to a match in progress while currently in a match
- Players randomly assigned to the IMC or Militia when starting Campaign
- Kinect cannot be used for voice-comms, and Voice and microphone functionality on PC
- Some Intel processors must install specific beta graphics drivers
Titanfall is available on PC and Xbox One in North America ahead of its rollout in other regions throughout the rest of the week. The Xbox 360 Titanfall release date is March 25 in the US and March 28 in Europe.
In our Titanfall review, we said, "Thrillingly chaotic and expertly tuned, Titanfall is a fairly orthodox FPS elevated to greatness by dozens of intelligent design choices."