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Titanfall 2 will not give users a free "Origin Access" preview

Titanfall 2 will not give users a free

Titanfall 2 will not give users a free

Titanfall 2 will not give users a free "Origin Access" preview

 

Most recent EA games have given players the option to play an early access trial of games using their Origin Access service on PC, giving gamers the chance to play games like Mirror's Edge 2 and Need for Speed for free if they subscribe to the monthly service. 

Now Respawn Entertainment has confirmed that Titanfall 2 will not be giving users a free 10-hour preview to Origin Access PC users and EA Access users on the Xbox One, preventing gamers from trying this upcoming game before they buy it.  

  Titanfall 2 will not give users a free

 

With EA/Origin Access players are given the opportunity to play games for 10 hours with a £4 per month subscription, which represents great value due to the length of most modern games.

At this time EA may be considering making this time period shorter in order to sell more of the final product, as 10 hours may be enough to finish the single player campaign of most games or get your fill of a game's multiplayer modes. 

Titanfall 2 will release on October 28th, 2016 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. At this time there are no PC system requirements for the title. 

  

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06-09-2016, 11:21:58

shambles1980
to be fair if its like the 1st one 10 hours preview would have given them the whole gameQuote

06-09-2016, 17:57:13

spolsh
Well that doesn't exactly lift my hopes for the game. if they won't give a preview, it's almost like they're saying it's rubbish (and if you try it you won't buy it).Quote

07-09-2016, 03:56:00

Damien c
I have pretty much lost interest in this game now, since they decided that PC players were not allowed to take part in the "Tech Test" because there is to much of a hardware, variety on the PC platform and they didn't want the campaign story being leaked through data mining.

I tried it on the xbox and it wasn't bad but if I was going to play this then it would be on the PC and without being able to try it, I am not going to buy it straight away.Quote
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