Out of the blue, seven-year-old FPS Titanfall 2 has fully working multiplayer again

Beloved robot friend simulator and first-person shooter Titanfall 2 has had a matchmaking problem for years. Even after its previous server issues were fixed, players would still be disconnected if they had to queue for any length of time. And, given that Titanfall 2 came out in 2016, it’s pretty likely you’d be waiting in that lobby a while.

Surprisingly, an official update has appeared out of nowhere and got it working again. Players are now flooding back, with Titanfall 2 hitting a peak player count of 22,604 in the last 24 hours. What’s more, the featured playlist rotation has started being updated again, and weapon loadouts in the 1v1 coliseum mode have changed. 

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