The news that has come up these days is that Respawn has admitted, (Source) are aware of Titanfall 1-2, but perhaps even Apex attacks. In fact, they warned everyone to be patient and wrote that they would soon fix server bugs. Although they spoke quite narrowly, perhaps our message finally reached them after three years.
Several PC gaming websites have already brought down that the fix is expected to arrive (ASAP) as soon as possible. Some, on the TF Remnant Fleet discord server, have already indicated that something is really going on in the background, as it can be seen that in some regions, the servers have already gone offline and we have seen that they have been restarted a few times. Is there really any hope that we can chase each other back on the servers? They don’t know, but they haven’t been able to join them in four weeks, so Jeanue and his colleagues can’t cause any further annoyance either.
There is still an open question circulating in the air ... Once both TF2 and Apex are under attack, will they only be repaired or will everything be fixed? We don’t know, but we hope they fix everything.
MOM-2236 wrote a perfect summary on the EA forum (Click here for details) and soon after (maybe a week or two) Respawn acknowledged that the servers were under DDoS attack. So if someone thought there are no players because the game is too old you are wrong! Involuntarily, but we cannot go without saying that EA has ignored customers' complaints, suggestions and requests for help for three years. Where they could, they tried to make it impossible to move the case in a positive direction. Why do I think that? Because it is quite unrealistic in 3 years to keep this issue out of the sight of developers. We do not know to whom we will be more grateful, but I think everyone here deserves recognition because many people have stood up for the cause. We do not know how many are left, nor how many we will be. But I am confident that we can once again be enough to keep this game viable for a long time to come.
Time goes by and we want to believe that the repair will not be a clash of jobs. We constantly monitor the servers. We haven't officially received any other information about where the fix might go, but knowing the bugs and vulnerabilities, our team has already sent Respawn solutions or fixes that might be of use to them. Although we do not know that any of the patches submitted will be used, we assume that if they do, it will never be acknowledged or made public. We are confident that the fix will not happen in 2 days, as we had to see that Jeanue and his colleagues committed several abuses that pointed to a number of possibilities that point to the vulnerability of the servers. Detecting and correcting them is a long process.
Some thoughts on the new Project:
You should be aware that work is underway on the project (TFO) described in an article written earlier, and we are trying to achieve results that can provide greater security for all players. We need to fundamentally reform what contained such large vulnerabilities. I ask everyone who has stayed with us and stays by us to be patient. You have to understand, we want to get a good job out of our hands. Surely you have a lot of questions and doubts about whether our new project will be viable? All I can tell you is that some of us have already been able to play. Patience should please, there are many tasks left! There are very skillful people among us, but they are also just people, they have families, they have lives. Remember, we do this voluntarily. Everyone from their own free time. Please trust that we can succeed in doing so in this faith and enthusiasm, both for our common cause and in our private lives.
Thank you for your understanding and patience! I hope to be able to provide good news soon!
In our previous articles, I have tried to shed light on what has characterized the events since the first release of Titanfall in recent periods. My current article will now be a little longer and will try to provide more information to all those who have committed themselves to the game and against the game by carefully marking sources. (Jeanue)
In 2014, EA, Respawn launched the game Titanfall, which also received a number of positive and negative reviews. Those who may not have followed our writings so far can find more resources on the Internet about the topic around the article.
Dear Visitors, readers.
Our site has been dealing with Titanfall problems since 2018. We’ve seen dizzying scams before, you can read about the story of our Jeanue hacker. Now, however, I will write about what the official position of steam support is about how our community can count on this help after 2 years for the hackers ’amok run to finally be eliminated. I am sorry to inform you that steam is officially invoking us to contact EA Support. Needless to say, we have exhausted these circles and reports by far without substantial support. We don’t know the reasons, EA still doesn’t officially admit today that a hacker has gone beyond their minds. Since steam has also recently lined up to sell the Titanfall 1-2 game, I have officially asked for a resolution on whether our community can count on the help of this years-long problem. Without change, here is the letter:
The hacker is back. Yes ... There is nothing wrong with your machines ... That EA does nothing is not newsworthy with us, we have been facing the same problem on EA forums for 2 years now. Back in September 2019, I indicated that the game was simply unplayable. So there is a gap in the shield. This means that the developers of titanfall have left a number of vulnerabilities to allow the game to be attacked. The good news was that in the second half of 2020, we couldn’t see the hacker (Jeanue) ruining the game’s experience and playability for everyone. Since the first part of Titanfall has no single part, it can only be played online. I asked a team of lawyers to look into EA’s terms and conditions. That's what happened. I would not go into details now, but to highlight the point, there are a number of legal twists in the contract that could be used to attack EA on any front. Not to mention that the company giant has no representation in those countries. Thus, they are subject to the laws and remedies of the home country. So, if someone intends to sue, the remedies must be enforced in the United States. But let’s go beyond that and see the facts. In November 2020, Titanfall part 1-2 also appeared on the steam shelves. Then the number of users jumped a bit, which we welcomed. At the same time, an idiot who can’t be called a man who spends his daily life making it impossible to play the game on TF1’s servers has reappeared. We have ideas about how you can do this, and we’re trying to provide information to users with that in mind. Because EA doesn’t deal with its customers at all and ignores our comments and signals, some of the players ’camp have teamed up and are looking for a solution. Some problems have already been solved (game crash, crash.) But since the patch is not completely stable yet, we don't want to publish it until then. Work is underway, testing is also underway. I urge everyone to be patient and reassure EA will not help. We try to solve what we can solve from the client side to the best of our knowledge, and to provide support and technical background to rid you of the hacker. How do we succeed? We don't know yet ... but we'll do everything we can.
to be continued....
As I explained in our previous article, Steam had the opportunity to buy a new account for almost ridiculous amounts. We expected that steam might take abuses and scams more seriously, but steam is just a platform where the game can be purchased. We have received information that there may be a fix at some point that may exclude the hacker permanently from the possibility of tricking the server with false information and throwing everyone off the server. But it would be good to know how much the reports submitted by the players will be taken into account after that. So in practice, EA wants to mow again, but we know from experience that the support is below criticism. I observed the number of players during the period when Titanfall was also on the steam. Shortly afterwards, he jumped over 200 players. Although it is suspected that our hacker was not idle during this time either, I could safely divide this number by at least three or four. If I look at today’s stats, it’s approximately good to reach seventy. Unfortunately, this may also include those who may have been (and it is questionable here that they were actually banned) once filled out for fraud. Some people may have bought the game again because they thought the steam will provide protection. We're just saying they're wrong. To date, there is no formal resolution on whether we can count on this support.
I’ve written about scammers in many of my other articles, posting videos when they crashed. Our most recent case is striking in that it is about a small child taken to the wing of our hacker, who still enjoys aimbot and wallhack cheating.
We are not a representative of EA, and here they cannot be censored by petty, silly moderators, citing different terms of contract, or even privacy (the latter sicc .... citing fraudsters and hackers for a long time). Specifically, it is a clumsy little silly child who was not taught by his parents to respect respect or the importance of honor. egatreze (we've found out by this name that the guy isn't clean for a long time.) We're just assuming that this username may have been banned, even though https://titanfall.p0358.net/status was last played at this time: 2020-12- 03 03:01:33 After we haven't