If you've been playing Titanfall at all over the last few weeks, you may have noticed that the team balancing system in place doesn't really feel like it's there at all. In fact, as it stands, it seems just as likely to have a full team of generation pilots against a team of new players, as it is to have a fair, balance game across both teams.
However, this is likely to change in the future, and Respawn Entertainment have already addressed it as an issue. In fact, Respawn have already worked on a system that should sort out the matchmaking balancing issues, and it should be available in the game in the near future.
For the time being, the new updated matchmaking system has been pushed out to a small beta server that players have access to. In the beta server, and all other servers once the full matchmaking balancing update goes live, the game will spend more time looking for equal matches instead of simply jumping to the most optimized game as quickly as possible.
Every now and then teams will be mixed up a little to avoid lobbies with unbalanced teams sticking out for a lengthy period of time. Occasionally this new system will also split teams apart and force them to research for a new team to fight against.
No details have yet been given on when these new updates will make it to the live game, but players can feel free to check out the system on the beta server.