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A hacker is disrupting multiplayer in the original Titanfall

Someone is using a script to send players back to the desktop, which is impacting all of the small community that remains on PC.

Reddit user Nikus64 has showcased an issue that's affecting those trying to play multiplayer for the original Titanfall on PC, as while there are less than 100 players trying to get stuck in, one hacker is making things very hard for fans.

This video shows what's been happening, as the error message "Too many proxies for datatable" comes up when players are in a lobby. Why is this? Well, a more detailed post on ResetEra claims one hacker (or multiple) with the usernames ||||||||||||| Atomic Bomb ||||||||||||| and ||||||||||||| Apex Legends ||||||||||||| have been using a script to send people back to the the desktop, which affects all games since the community is so small.

This has also been a subject of discussion on EA's forums too, so we'll have to wait and see whether the hacker will be stopped by Respawn, even though they currently have their hands busy with their much more recent battle royale title Apex Legends.

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