'No Servers Found' Bug Brings Titanfall Beta to a Screeching Halt
If you were one of the lucky ones to receive a beta invite to Titanfall, your excitement may have diminished when you actually tried to play. Many gamers, myself included, were greeted by a "no servers found" message as it tried to connect. According to Respawn Entertainment's Jon Shiring, this was caused by a bug preventing Microsoft's lauded cloud from allocating more servers. The issue affects both PC and Xbox One.
Titanfall Beta is unable to allocate more servers right now. This is a bug, not a limit. Microsoft is aware and working on it.— Jon Shiring (@jonshiring) February 14, 2014
In the Titanfall Beta you'll see "No servers found" at the main menu. This is the bug I just tweeted about. MS is working on it. #betawoes— Jon Shiring (@jonshiring) February 14, 2014
Microsoft has supposedly fixed the issue and the servers should start coming back online slowly, but Shiring advises people to stay out until he gives the green light. For those that are frustrated, just remember:
For the record, this is why we are doing a beta.— Jon Shiring (@jonshiring) February 15, 2014