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While PC and Xbox One players have been enjoying Titanfall's second patch for a few weeks now, Xbox 360 players have finally been let in on the game's update today with Respawn Entertainment noting the patch is now live.

The patch consists of your usual bug fixes, tweaks and more, including changes to private matches that now only require two players to start. dditionally, Player XP will no longer reset when a player reaches their max level. Other changes tweak the game's menu, party colors and more which can all be found in the patch notes.

Alongside the new patch, Respawn has also promised that the previously removed Capture the Flag game mode on PC will soon be returning, along with other changes to the game's matchmaking. The mode was originally removed from the PC version of the game because "less than 1 percent of the player base was even trying to play CTF," and there were problems with its matchmaking, resulting in the player being unable to find and play a match.



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