Honestly, don't bother trying the thousand and one "workarounds" that don't work at all. There is a fundamental problem with the game engine. Search the error codes you get when you crash and half the results are for titanfall/battlefield. There is basically nothing you can actually do other than pray for good luck and hope one day the crashes might be solved. Seeing as the game is nearing a year from release, and the errors are found in other games by EA using the same engine, I wouldn't hold your breath.
I built a brand new computer between S2 and S3 and the game crashes more now than before even with a higher-end system. It's just random as hell.
Have you tried turning down the Texture Streaming Budget from the in-game settings?
Have you updated BIOS lately?
November 2019 - last edited November 2019
@EA_BlueberryI have had that on the lowest setting always, everything is on lowest except TSAA is on. I used BIOS version 0805 (which is Sep '18 release) until yesterday which I just upgraded to newest.
Update: since upgrading to latest BIOS i haven't had any crashes yet in like 10 games, only one alt-tabbing in-out for a milisecond. Reseted BIOS settings, turned off lighting on MOBO, then OC'd to 4.8ghz all core.I will keep testing it.
@EA_Blueberry Another 3 crashes without error today btw.
I don't know how often I have to send those errors until you fix this.
I was sending those as far back as pre season 1...
Can you try unplugging all of your devices from your PC other than the keyboard, mouse, and headset? I've seen random devices cause compatibility issues with the game before. Looks like you have some tablets, cameras, and other devices hooked up.
Do you use any specific lighting software? Try disabling those to see if you can avoid the crashes so we can narrow it down to whether those could be related.
@EA_BlueberryThank you for the help previously, after having the BIOS updated and the OC recalibrated I haven't had crashes yet, game runs stable and smooth. Kudos to you.