EA continues to investigate reports of dropped or slow connections when playing Titanfall on Xbox One, following a spate of Xbox Live sign-in errors last night. Are you among those hit? Perhaps this will help.
Apparently, "exceedingly slow internet connections may cause an error message when trying to join a server or play your game" - at worst, you may be trapped in an infinite loading loop. "Try resetting your router or modem by unplugging it from its power source for at least fifteen seconds and then plugging it back in the game," advises the publisher's help page.
EA also suggests that you exit a match before accepting an invitation to join another one. "If you're in the middle of a match and accept a friend's invitation to join their match also currently in progress, your game will crash when accepting your friend's invitation. To solve this issue, make sure before you either inviting a friend or accepting an invitation to exit to the game lobby first."
As we reported earlier this morning, some players may have trouble if they're using a Belkin router. During last month's beta, programmer Jon Shiring expressed bafflement on this front. "I have not figured out what could cause this - all we're doing is sending a UDP packet and waiting for the other end to reply to it - there's literally nothing simpler we could do," he wrote.
"The fixes for this range from bypassing your router and checking that it's at fault, opening a port on your router, or replacing it with a more reliable one." Affected players might also consider getting in touch with Belkin directly.