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EA Origin makes 'Titanfall' free for two days

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 20 Jun 2014 23:37 User comments (3)

EA Origin makes 'Titanfall' free for two days As a way to take some attention off of Steam's new summer sale, EA's Origin service has made 'Titanfall' free to play for two days.
EA is calling the new scheme "Game Time," with players able to download the PC version for free, and the 48-hour trial will start the second you start playing.

The company says gamers will have 100 percent full access to the game and all progress will be saved (single player and multiplayer) if you want to continue and buy the game at its real price after the trial.

There will be many more Game Time promotions in the future, says EA, and the company has been making other games free in the past few months.

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3 user comments

120.6.2014 23:41

By the time 70GB finishes downloading the 48hr window will be over!

221.6.2014 8:43

Originally posted by DarkJello:
By the time 70GB finishes downloading the 48hr window will be over!

The article states that the 48 hour window begins when you start playing. Not when you start the download.

321.6.2014 19:45

TitanFall must be hurting for players, or origin hasn't spied on enough computers. Ive caught origin more than a few times poking its ugly mug into folders it has no business being in.


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