Titanfall Beta Opens the Gates
Earlier this week Respawn Entertainment launched the Titanfall beta to stress test their servers. Due to the overly anxious public begging to get their hands on the game and delays in beta key emails, Respawn decided to open the flood gates and open the beta to anyone who wants to take part. This is a smart move, it gets the greatest amount of pilots playing on the servers. This gives me confidence that on March 11th, the always-online, multiplayer only Titanfall, will be at peak server performance on day one. Please go to the Titanfall forums to leave feedback about the beta as well as any issues you may experience.
Great news for everyone who wants to get into the Titanfall beta but has been unable to get a key or have just been too anxious to play. Titanfall is the most exciting game coming out in this first round of games releasing in the early part of 2014.
Jon Shiring, programmer at Respawn Entertainment said “Let’s break it.”
Ok, just heard from @jonshiring. His words are ‘Let’s break it’, so the plan is to make the beta fully open and have you max stress it!
2/15/14, 9:10 PM
The servers will be opening up for Xbox One first and then PC later on. Vince Zampella believes that the servers should hold up fine, and that the only issue might be a delay in finding a server at peak times, but that’s only the worst case scenario.
It should hold up fine now, worst case should be delays in finding a server during peak times.
2/15/14, 9:13 PM
Vince Zampella also said on Twitter that they would be extending the beta to make up for the downtime experienced earlier in the weekend.
We are going to extend at least a day, to make up for the down time.
2/15/14, 8:29 PM
Microsoft’s Major Nelson has details on how to download the Titanfall Open Beta on his blog www.majornelson.com.
I look forward to seeing more of you on the battlefield. I have my first impressions coming up along with a few videos that will excite you for falling Titans.
For those of you that have signed up for the much anticipated Titanfall beta for Xbox One and PC should stay glued to their mailbox. In a tweet sent out earlier today by Vince Zampella. “Codes should be sent out later tonight, I’m not saying times because they always seem to hit the button early!” Here is a link to his tweet.
With the Titanfall beta going live for many players tonight on Xbox One and PC you can expect a lot of video clips and streams to go up. I plan on putting together some videos myself this weekend using the Xbox One Game DVR. Depending on when I receive my beta code you can expect to see a few videos posted before the end of the weekend.
In the meantime, check out this Battlefield 4 video. Y’know, if you have a spare 16 minutes.