Update: Looks like Microsoft and Respawn have improved their response times. An updated posted just minutes ago state the servers should be back online for all platforms. So if you're still having problems, they're likely not on Respawn's end.
Microsoft has now resolved the connectivity issues and server are now back online. Thank you for your patience. #Titanfall— Titanfall (@Titanfallgame) April 10, 2014
That was quick, right? Now go stomp some enemy Titans with your best mech friend.
Titanfall servers have hit another bump in the road, leaving quite a few players scratching their heads. Well, you don't need to worry, because the trouble you may have experienced over the last hour (or longer) in Titanfall are not unique. Respawn made an announcement via Twitter not too long ago confirming problem.
According to the brief message from Respawn, Xbox LIVE Compute is "experiencing issues" that have affected Titanfall on all platforms. The studio is, in fact, looking to fix it, but there is no ETA currently.
Be aware that server availability is unstable right now for Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC.
Xbox Live Compute is experiencing issues that are impacting server availability for Titanfall on all platforms. Please standby for updates.— Titanfall (@Titanfallgame) April 10, 2014
So there you have it. The last time we saw a major server hitch, Respawn was quick to respond, but players still had to wait some time for a solution to head their way. At any rate, hang tight.