This past weekend saw the first Titanfall 2 Technical Test, as Respawn recruited players from around the world to stress test their servers.
Respawn Entertainment has posted up some notes on how last weekend's multiplayer tech test for its upcoming sci-fi shooter Titanfall 2 held up on the server side.
Titanfall 2 looks like a winner, even in its early alpha release days. It's not the most high profile shooter of the year, but it's one you'd be silly to ignore.
As a part of Electronic Art’s Gamescom showcase, both Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2 will be receiving their own dedicated live streams this afternoon.
Respawn Entertainment will run an open multiplayer tech test for its upcoming sci-fi shooter sequel on August 19-21 and on August 26-28 for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles.
Respawn and Electronic Arts will release all of Titanfall 2's DLC packs for maps and modes for free, in order to avoid splitting the online community for the first-person shooter sequel.
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