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How to Fix Titanfall Crashes, Graphic Problems and More


The big day is finally here! Titanfall just got out of beta into a full launch and everybody is excited to play the game. However, not all the players who want to do it are lucky enough to actually enjoy the game as Titanfall crashes or is plagued by graphical problems and more. We are here to help you fix these problems, so if you have any kind of trouble with the game, read on and hopefully you’ll be able to fix it.

Before we get to the actual “how to fix Titanfall crashes and graphical problems” thing, let’s talk about an issue that is troubling new players: Titanfall getting stuck at “initializing” screen. There are many players who report that their game gets stuck at “initializing” and unfortunately there’s no real way to fix that. Have in mind that the game has just been launched, the number of players who want to get it in huge and the servers might lag a little bit. Give it some time, try to reconnect and you will eventually get in. Also, we are sure that in a couple of days everything will run as smooth as possible, so don’t lose hope!

Now let’s talk about the Titanfall graphical problems, as many people are complaining about screen tearing, low frame rate and other visual glitches.

SLI problems
Most of the problems reported are related to the SLI technology for nVidia users. There’s a quick fix for that: go to your nVidia control panel and under the 3D application options for Titanfall look for the SLI option and choose “Single GPU”. Problem solved!

AMD users are not free of problems either and most of the graphical problems in Titanfall are related to CrossfireX. In this case, either play in windowed mode or simply disable CrossfireX to get your game running.

Intel Graphics
If you’re trying to play the game without a dedicated graphics card, you will not be able to run the game without a heap of problems. Maybe it’s time to invest in something a little better – search for “cheap gaming laptops” on Amazon (click here for the search) for example and pick up a model that’s as recent as possible with a dedicated graphics card to fully enjoy the game. Or at least get more from it.

Other graphical problems and glitches
There are still many people who complain about other Titanfall graphical problems, such as low frame rate, stuttering or strange lines appearing on their screen. If none of the suggestions above are for you, simply try to tune down the visual settings of the game. Disabling anti aliasing altogether would be a good idea, such as would be the idea of disabling vSync. Generally, don’t go for the insane settings unless your rig can really handle it.

How to fix Titanfall Crashes and Black Screen

Unfortunately, there is not much info that we have to share right now with you. Just as with the solutions posted above, most of the crashes and black screen issues are gone if you disable Crossfire or SLI. Also, running the game in Windowed mode does wonders to its stability, so you should definitely try it out.

We are also sure that the graphic card developers are working hard to release the full drivers for Titanfall, which should increase the game’s stability, so keep an eye on them and make sure that you download the latest drivers for your graphic cards.

Do you run into any problems when playing Titanfall? And most important – did you manage to find any fix that works? Let us know by commenting below!


  • Kim Kaos
    Posted March 17, 2014 at 3:24 am

    ” Generally, don’t go for the insane settings unless your rig can really handle it.”

    BS lots of BS – my rig can handle everything – the problem is Titanfall.

    I have a ROG MAXIMUS VI EXTREME – ROG MATRIX-HD7970-P-3GD5 – i7 4770K – G.Skill TridentX F3-2133C9D-16GTX – so the problem is the game – not the PC

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      Calin Ciabai
      Posted March 17, 2014 at 5:54 am

      In your case, the problem might indeed be other than the power of the computer. But in many other cases, it is because there are a few other people playing the game too.

  • Kim Kaos
    Posted March 17, 2014 at 12:48 pm

    The problem is that Titanfall have problems when U have a i7 4770K – the game tries to run on the integratet GPU and not the graphiccard

    Im not alone with this problem so Respawn needs to make a patch to fix this problem.

    I have tried in the Catalyst center to create speciel setting for Titanfall – but there are still issues.

    So untill Rspawn makes this patch all of us with i7 4770K and high-end HD cards need to lower the setting.

  • J Crenshaw
    Posted April 3, 2014 at 5:08 am

    I run on a dual Xeon system and no matter what I do the game will not load fully into a match. Sucks

  • vin
    Posted July 19, 2014 at 1:56 am

    NVidia titan z, 16g ram, i7, tell me I cant run this…. my entire character model doesn’t show. hands legs gun nothing. I always find my body as a garbled mess 6 feet infront of me.

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