Titanfall 2's not had a good time this last year. Having suffered numerous hacks and DDOS issues, we've seen a small group of fans unhappy with Respawn's "negligence" towards the series, having now shifted towards Apex Legends. Now, a new exploit has reared its ugly head.
Issues arose yesterday, as players across Steam forums warned that Titanfall 2 was compromised, suffering from a bug that allowed "local code execution from the server." Unsurprisingly, that led to a lot of players uninstalling the game, though Respawn advise it's not as bad as first seemed.
New Titanfall 2 Exploit Doesn't Pose "More Serious Risks" To Players, Says Respawn
Initially advising that they were investigating the security vulnerability, Respawn then confirmed their engineers believe the exploit in question can only be used to crash games. You can find the full tweets below but specifically, Respawn advised:
We do not believe there are any more serious risks to affected players or their machines.
As such, if you're still actively playing Titanfall 2 regularly, it looks like you're safe from more serious security issues. However, should the situation change like we've repeatedly seen across this year, we'll keep you informed.