Hi. A lot of people have been claiming they have been having graphical issues with the game. I'm here to offer some general information. I will not be able to cover every problem, but I believe I can help a lot of you. Known issues: 1 - Intel graphics. If you have a laptop with an Intel CPU or a desktop with an Intel CPU and no dedicated video card, you will not be able to play the game without a lot of graphical problems. There is no real fix for this. You simply cannot play the game properly in this period. 2 - nVidia Optimus issues. If you have a laptop with an nVidia video card and an Intel CPU of any kind, you must go to your nVidia control panel and force the game to use your nVidia graphics. The game will NOT be in the list at the start, but once you've launched it recently when you hit "add" it will appear, and then you can adjust it as normal. 3 - AMD Enduro issues. This is basically like what nVidia Optimus is. It's AMD's switchable graphics, and you must force the game to use your AMD video card on your laptop. I do not know what the options are for Enduro, so I cannot tell you exactly how to force it, but it is capable of being done, so good luck. 4 - nVidia SLI and AMD CrossfireX. nVidia's SLI technology is disabled for this game by default, it will only run on one video card if things are working correctly for you, however if it somehow does run on two video cards, then you will encounter problems. Using the same method as with optimus, scroll down the 3D application options for Titanfall and when you find the option for SLI, hit the down arrow and choose "Single GPU". For AMD CrossfireX, running in a window eliminates this problem seeing as how CrossfireX does not work in windowed mode. I do not know if your catalyst control panel will allow you to select per-game CrossfireX support or not, or if you simply must disable it all together, but this could be a fix if you have graphical issues. 5 - If you have NONE of the above issues and you still have graphical glitches, you may wish to try disabling anti aliasing or fiddling with other graphical settings. Also, not putting your texture quality on insane unless you have a large amount of video memory (3GB or more) may help; because on my system it uses 3.6GB of video memory at that setting (NOT SYSTEM RAM). If after all of this you still have issues, I'm sorry. Try contacting respawn or EA support and notify them of the issues you have. It'll probably not do a thing, but hey, the more info they get on record the better for all of us, right?