“The Titanfall community has not been forgotten or abandoned,” states the EA studio.
In the Titanfall community it is fought a war against hackers, who have made it impossible to play online on PC for a long time. This is especially damaging in the case of Titanfall 1, whose “campaign” was integrated as an online multiplayer mode, while Titanfall 2 did have a single-player campaign. Well, with the situation at its critical point, and Titanfall players hacking into the Apex Legends servers to ask for solutions, Respawn Entertainment has spoken to affirm that they do their best to solve it, but they are short of resources.
The Titanfall community has not been forgottenJason Garza, RespawnOn his YouTube channel, shared by MP1ST, Respawn Community Coordinator Jason Garza explains that there are only one or two people available to work on Titanfall, the others are busy with Apex Legends: “All I can say is that we are working on it [Titanfall], and that is why I have stopped talking about issues like this, and you … The Titanfall community has not been forgotten, nor abandoned, nor anything like that. We continue to work on it. “
“Simply we can’t advertise our actions, and we only have about one or two people working on it because everyone else is with Apex, “Garza explains.” Don’t feel bad. This is something we are working on, but these things just take time, we can’t just push a button and magically fix everything. “The cyberattack on Apex Legends a few weeks ago was nothing more than the sign of discontent on behalf of his community, but as Garza indicates here, Respawn were already aware of the situation and were working on it.
The attack produced on the 4th of July, a national holiday in the United States, it only managed to delay the efforts of the study by having to prioritize new problems and make its developers have to work on a day off for the entire country, explained communications director Ryan Rigney on Twitter a week ago. The fact that Respawn has only one or two people working on Titanfall It may seem small for a boiling community, but at least we have confirmation that the studio is actively working on fixing the two shooters.
In fact, Respawn confirmed at the end of June that they will be hiring more employees to combat hackers in Titanfall, as a sign of their commitment to the game.
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