How much internet data does Titanfall 2 use?
Titanfall 2’s online multiplayer modes let individual players compete – and teams of five, six, or eight players work together to complete a variety of missions. Unlike single player, these online modes use internet bandwidth. If you play Titanfall 2 on a fixed mobile data or hotspot connection, you might need to keep an eye on your data use.
To find out how much mobile data you use online gaming, let’s take a closer look at how much data it takes to download, update, and play Titanfall 2. Remember that the easiest way to stay under your monthly data limit is to switch to an unlimited fixed mobile data plan.
How big is the Titanfall 2 game download?
Downloading a game typically uses much more mobile data than updating or playing the game. Keep in mind that the file size is larger than the download size (which is compressed), and that the file size increases over time as developers release patches and updates for the game.
|Microsoft Windows||<45 GB|
|Playstation 4||34.2 GB|
|Xbox One||68.82 GB|
If you don’t have enough internet data to download Titanfall 2 without putting a serious dent in your monthly online data, there’s an easy way to save data installing the game. Instead of downloading the game online, purchase the physical disk and install the game offline.
How big are the Titanfall 2 game updates?
Electronic Arts occasionally releases patches and updates for Titanfall 2, which you can keep track of in the news blog. Patches can be smaller than 1 GB, but major updates can be bigger than 3 GB. If you’re worried about updates pushing you over your monthly data limit, turn off auto-updates and instead manually install them when you have data available.
How much data does Titanfall 2 gameplay use?
According to gamers, Titanfall 2 uses as little as 30 MB of data per hour, which is very low for online gaming. The number of players in your multiplayer mode, your frame rate, the tick rate of your server, and whether or not you use voice chat affect your real data use.
- The more players in a game, the more data – like chat logs and information about player movement – your internet network has to share with other players’ networks. To save mobile data, choose modes with fewer teammates and/or opponents.
- A higher frame rate refreshes the game more often, which makes it run faster. A lower frame rate saves you data, but makes it harder for you to react quickly in the game. You can adjust your frame rate (measured in FPS) in your game settings. To change your frame rate, you’ll need to disable vertical synch (V-Synch).
- A 128-tick server, which refreshes the game 128 times every second, uses about twice as much data as a 64-tick server, which refreshes the game 64 times every second.
- If you use voice chat, you’ll use much more data during gameplay. Without voice chat, an online game likePUBG uses less than 30 MB of data per hour. With voice chat, it can use more than 50 MB of data per hour.
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