Respawn fighting Titanfall cheaters

Update for private lobbies in the works.

Respawn has said it is working to "root out" Titanfall cheaters just days after the game's North American release.

The developer announced via Twitter that it was hunting out anyone using aimbots to boost their kill count and had its banhammer ready for any confirmed culprits.

Another series of Twitter messages - this time from producer Drew McCoy - has revealed details of future fixes and features due in upcoming patches (thanks, MP1st).

Private lobbies will soon be added - Respawn is working on this right now, McCoy said - as well as fixes for some users experiencing Xbox One chat problems.

A Titanfall companion app is also on the way. Originally due for release this week to coincide with the game's global launch, the smart device download is "coming soon".

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