UK retailer GAME's wholly-owned subsidiary Multiplay has picked up the rights to host Titanfall 2 servers. The company has announced that it will deploy services from cloud providers as well as bare metal servers to each region, ensuring uninterrupted gameplay and high scalability.
Multiplay's director of digital business Paul Manuel said that its hosting services offer "unparalleled flexibility and fault tolerance:"
Titanfall 2 is a significant win for our enterprise hosting division, and we are delighted to be working with the talented team at Respawn. We share their passion for innovation and our team at Multiplay are constantly pushing the boundaries of what can be achieved within game server hosting.
Our platform combines high-power dedicated servers across the globe with the additional capability of automatically bursting into the leading cloud providers. This provides unparalleled flexibility and fault tolerance that's simply not achievable through a single Cloud provider.
Multiplay's server platform is integrated with major cloud service providers including Google Compute Platform, Microsoft Azure, and Amazon Web Services. Respawn's Titanfall 2 is debuting on October 28.