Titanfall’s second patch adds private lobbies, balance changes and more

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By on April 11, 2014 at 5:07 pm

Respawn have launched the second patch for robot-stomping FPS Titanfall, which brings the first public test of the ability to organise your own private matches. Private Matches support 2-12 players, of any mode, but don’t offer XP gain or unlocks.

The patch also offers a bunch of balance changes, including a reduction in the magazine capacity for the 40mm cannon, a buff for the quad rocket launcher against other titans, and a slew of changes to the way hardpoint domination points scoring works.

You can get the full patch notes here. I’d better go… test it. For work.

Source: Thanks, PalZer0

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Nooooooo. not my 40mm

 
jerichosainte

camm,

Extended mag.

 

I use 3 round burst Jericho :P

 
Anon. E. Moose

The Gooser Challenge – Based on recent feedback from fans of the game, the Gen 5 challenge requirement ‘Gooser’, requiring players to kill 50 ejecting pilots, will be reduced to 5 total.

Thank god, I’ve been stuck on gen 5 for a while because of this damn challenge, now I’ll be able to complete it without losing all my sanity.

 
jerichosainte

camm,

I’ve tried them both and found single fire with extended mag is more sustainable. The reduction in damage, recoil and reload times made burst fire a bit redundant for me.

 
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