The age old epigram, Murphy’s Law, states that “Anything that can go wrong — will go wrong”, which can be used to describe Titanfall’s launch on both the Xbox One as well as PC platforms. Apparently, majority of the time on launch day, Microsoft’s “Xbox Live Core Services” (which happens to be their login servers) have been listed as “Limited”. When translated to plain English, it means that there will be many Titanfall launch day purchasers who would have been unable to access the game. Microsoft claims that this is due to their personal servers running into problems, and is no fault of Respawn Entertainment. Needless to say, Respawn Entertainment and EA have also stepped forward to repeat such sentiment. After all, the PC version has different server issues, but basically the fingers would point back at Microsoft’s direction.
If you are an avid player of Gran Turismo 6, I am quite sure that you would have been on the lookout for the latest updates to the game. It seems that in Polyphony Digital’s Gran Turismo 6 latest update, it will arrive with a slew of new features which include multi-monitor compatibility. In Update 1.05, one will be able to access Multi-Monitor Settings that have been thrown into the mix to the Start Button>Options>Display options. Apart from that, there will also be a Car Search feature which has been introduced to the CARS section in My Home. This allows you to specify the desired parameters in order to look for a particular car in the Car Dealerships.