Though only around 7,000 users were strolling around the battlefield in their Titan last night, a patch issued this morning could open up the floodgates to those running on lower-specced machines who otherwise couldn't manage a stable framerate.
Not being the first game to introduce the option, Titanfall 2 will be making use of a "Adaptive resolution scaling" configuration to allow players to reduce the internal rendering resolution while keeping their screen resolution exactly the same. This means those who have grown accustomed to how their mouse reacts on a certain resolution can stay that way, while reducing the overall graphical quality to get a quick boost in frames on lower-specced GPUs.
But that's not all: far from it, in fact. The patch also ushers in a bunch of changes a bug fixes from tweaks to colorblind modes and some quick fixes for the grapple hook. The full change-log can be seen below:
While we have no review to speak of, users and media alike have been taking to Twitter lately to show their praise for the shooter EA may have wedged between other high-profile shooters to die in the Christmas buildup.
Whatever the reason behind the decision, sales are falling flat against proir expectations. You won't find it on Steam, however. It's Origin only for us PC users.