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Unable to sign in to Xbox Live on Xbox One? We're on the case to get this issue fixed as soon as possible! http://t.co/99xfLNeme4 ^PC
— Xbox Support (1-5) (@XboxSupport) March 11, 2014
— Justin LaFleche (@LaFleche31) March 12, 2014
@Xbox Can you please fix your severs please?... I'm not being able to play Titanfall or sign in.. I have waited for this game a long time...
— ⚡️Brando Fame ⚡️ (@TheRealBFame) March 12, 2014
— Cody Spoonmore (@CSpoonmore) March 12, 2014
— Adrien Joseph (@Cl0wnPrinc3) March 12, 2014
How can Xbox Live be down THE DAY TITANFALL COMES OUT. And apparently it's not Titanfall's fault?? How convenient.
— Jesus Diaz (@KryptonianKid_) March 12, 2014
[Original]: Reports from the Titanfall front are landing and many players are having issues connecting and playing the game, ranging from frozen connection screens to a dreaded "Initializing" window that forces users to retry the connection.
If you run into a window that says "Attempting Connection", try changing which Xbox Live data center you connect to. Switching your server can give you a clearer path to the battlefield, depending where you and the server farms are located. Just experiment and see if it helps.
When you're stuck on the "Initializing" screen in Titanfall, no data is actually transferred from your console or computer to the servers, so back up and try again. Don't waste time waiting at this screen.
For everyone else, there's the great outdoors, TV through your new Xbox One, and... I don't know, trying to play tomorrow? Sometimes I wonder if these launch day woes are half-manufactured in order to inflate the sense that millions of players are jumping online to play.
Not that millions of people aren't jumping online to play today, just that a hotly anticipated multiplayer-only game on just two platforms at launch shouldn't struggle this badly. Look for our Titanfall review this week.