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Titanfall adds “extreme frame-rate” 144fps support on its PC version

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Great news for Titanfall fans as Respawn announced earlier today the updates for all platforms including the “extreme frame-rate” 144fps support on its PC version.

With this third update of the Titanfall, a number of new features will surely make players enjoy and engage more in gamings. PC gamers will surely have fun as they get pleasure from extreme frame-rate support for up to 144fps gameplay.

Aside from the extreme frame-rate support for PC, gamers can expect a no-long-waiting-time for an audio file installation as the third update showcases a much faster audio installation. Also the scoreboard controls have been updated to add bindings to mute players from the in-game scoreboard (Defaults: Page Up / Page Down to select, Delete to toggle mute, Enter to view profile.)

Also PC gamers can now have a custom private map settings that would allow them to set score and time limits, control the games artificial intelligence, modify pilot health, ammo, Titan build times and a lot more.

The third update for Titanfall also includes new features for all platforms. These features are the ?Custom load-out names? and the ?2 dedicated Custom Loadouts per game mode?.?For the Custom load-out names, you can now name your custom loadouts for both your Pilot and your Titan.?For the 2 dedicated Custom Loadouts per game mode, each of these 2 loadouts become unlocked after playing the game mode 5 and 10 times respectively. These loadouts are only available in the game mode they are listed under. In a Private Lobby, all game mode loadouts can be customized. In a match lobby you can only customize the loadouts for the game mode about to be played.

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Other updates include the Last Game Summary improvements and bug fixes for all platforms. Bug fixes for PC version include the following:

  • Fixed an issue where the “Emitter Limit” audio option was not being saved.
  • The “Master Volume” slider no longer affects voice chat volume so they can now be tuned separately.

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