Poor internet quality leads to Titanfall being cancelled in South Africa
EA has announced that they have decided to cancel the South African launch of Titanfall.
The game's publisher made the statement on their South African Facebook feed explaining that the internet performance in the regions would not guarantee and optimum experience for the online only game.
The post read, “After conducting recent online tests for Titanfall, we found that the performance rates in South Africa were not as high as we need to guarantee a great experience, so we have decided not to release Titanfall in South Africa at this time.”
It went on, “We understand this is a disappointment for local fans and will keep fans posted on any future plans regarding the release of Titanfall in South Africa”
Titanfall is still on course for release in other regions next week. It will hit PC and Xbox One on March the 11th in North America and March 14th in Europe and the UK.
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