The campaign was well done and the multiplayer is unique and fun. Probably one of the most underrated series this generation. Unfortunately Titanfall 2's release was overshadowed by Battlefield 1 and Call of Duty Infinite Warfare which launched both right before and after it.Probably slightly irrelevant but still: Titanfall 2 was a hell of a good game. Underrated. Overlooked. Too short but awesome single player. Fun multiplayer.
60 player cap is weak but I’m looking forward to it!
Their 8am twitch live stream was a shitty tease. No gameplay or anything, just some grass swaying left and right. Looked pretty but pointless.
Full reveal supposed to be coming at noon today on twitch.
nothing to do with eaOr double dumping. FFS EA, all you had to do was take the existing pilot infantry gameplay and drop it into a large map with 60 players, how do you keep fucking things up!?
what fps are you guys getting? I get 50 with the settings nearly maxed. and the game looks like crap as is so dont want to lower the settings.
I didnt try the driver since it didn't mention the game. but I should give that a go. I've seen a benchmark of people getting 90 fps with a 1070, but thats on 1080p.There was a new driver released last night, did you try that? I wasn't really watching my FPS because it seemed like it was maxed out.
I also threw this in an autoexec.cfg file since it's a Source game:
i'm getting 50-65 on a 1050ti @ 1080p with everything maxed out except AA turned off and triple buffering turned off.. i did have one random anomaly in a very specific building where my frame rate tanked to 30-35fps until i got out of it and then it was fine after that.what fps are you guys getting? I get 50 with the settings nearly maxed. and the game looks like crap as is so dont want to lower the settings.
nothing to do with ea
anyway, fk ea
I'm going to take these numbers with a grain of salt. 10 million unique players and 1 million concurrent players after 72 hours is impressive, but not a huge achievement for a hyped up free to play game. Now, if they can retain or further grow these numbers in 6 months time then I'll say they've reached a big achievement.10M unique and 1M concurrent players within 72 hours of launch. I haven't played myself yet but that is pretty impressive, even for a F2P game. People really do love their damn battle royales don't they?
This is not true, there was no marketing/announcements for this. No one even knew of it's existence until a week before it's release and that was due to a leak by a third party. This was the complete opposite of a hyped up marketing extravaganza. The only "marketing" they did was hiring some of the top twitch streamers to play it for a couple days after it's release.hyped up
The only "marketing" they did was hiring some of the top twitch streamers to play it for a couple days after it's release.