July 31, 2017 1 min read
Titanfall 2is now a part of EA Access and Origin Access, as promised. It's freely playable for members.
Assuming you've held onto your subscription (or are thinking of trialing it one of these days), this game's cool. You should take the time to clear some space, download it, and get into mech-on-mech shootouts sooner than later. If nothing else, run through the campaign during this way-too-hot weekend.
The timing here is nice, especially if you're the sort of player to skip competitive multiplayer. Respawn just launched Frontier Defense, a four-player cooperative horde mode. Maybe give that a try too.
And for the rest of you who never really stopped playing Titanfall 2: enjoy the fresh meat.
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