For the past several hours, Titanfall players on PC and Xbox One have been reporting noticeable connectivity problems. Well, you can stop panicking now, because Respawn are aware of the problem and currently working on fixing it.
An update posted just minutes ago to the official Titanfall Facebook page assures players that Respawn staff are on the case. They have acknowledged the connectivity issues affecting both PC and Xbox One versions, and Microsoft is apparently working with them to fix things. A little cooperation goes a long way, after all.
We're aware that users may be experiencing server connectivity issues on PC and Xbox One. We’re working directly with Microsoft to resolve the issue and appreciate your patience.
Either way, a link for Xbox One users links to the Xbox LIVE support page, where Microsoft has put up a "limited" warning, likely after catching wind of Titanfall's connectivity woes. Hang in there, pilots, Respawn is on the case.
Interestingly enough, Titanfall was originally scheduled to come out for Xbox 360 today, March 25. The game's last-gen release was pushed back to April, however, though EA assures that it's coming along great.