PC issues should be fixed now.
Titanfall Error 503 Problems on PC Resolved
Respawn confident the issue is fixed.
by Luke Karmali MARCH 12, 2014
Update: Respawn has announced it's resolved the issues affecting Titanfall on PC.
"Our team has resolved the PC connectivity issues and you should now be able to connect to matchmaking servers," a tweet from the game's official Twitter explained.
Original story follows.
Original story: Titanfall is experiencing a range of issues on PC following its launch in North America.
Users are reporting several connection issues, including one involving Origin titled Error Code 503.
00:56Respawn Patches Titanfall on Xbox One and PC to Stabilise Launch Servers
"Titanfall is currently experiencing connection problems, which means you may not be able to connect to online play, or even might get dropped from an online match you're currently playing," reads EA's help site. "Rest assured that we're addressing this problem and will provide updates as soon as possible.
Titanfall is currently experiencing connection problems.
"Thank you for your patience. Please stay tuned to this article for more information."
In case you missed it yesterday, Respawn went into details about why Titanfall is a 48GB install on PC, when the Xbox One version weighs in at around 17GB. It was also revealed a patch had been released to try and stabilise the servers before launch.
Earlier this week, it was confirmed the game launched at 792p on Xbox One, though there's hope this'll change to hit a final target of 900p. In case you missed it last week, Titanfall-branded Xbox One consoles were given to Respawn employees. As you'd expect, they look awesome.
01:00This is Why Titanfall Has a 48GB Install on PC
The game released on PC and Xbox One in North America last night, and will arrive in Europe on Friday. The Xbox 360 version will follow in a couple of weeks.