Respawn Entertainment and Microsoft Release Update for Titanfall beta and Announce Servers back Onine!

Microsoft and Respawn Entertainment has just issued an update on Titanfall beta stating that the US and European servers are back online and while not yet at full capacity in the US, according to Vince Zampella, game director, the Eruopean servers at running at full capacity. In addition to this Titanfall Coder at Respawn, John Shiring also made similar announcement. He informed Titanfall fans that beta servers which went down just few hours ago are back online in Europe, and slowly and steadly things are getting on track in US as well. Read the full story here.



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