Free Titanfall 2 Multiplayer Trial Starting

If you’ve not bought the fast and fluid multiplayer FPS shooter TitanFall 2 yet, but you really want to give it a try, well the latest announcement from Respawn Games and Electronic Arts may just be what you want to hear. Starting from December 2nd they’ll be opening up a Free Titanfall 2 Multiplayer Trial. That’s right, you get to experience all the multiplayer modes of Titanfall 2 for absolutely nothing, for a limited period of time of course.

If you are already an EA Access or Origin Access account holder then you can get access even earlier, and we’re talking today (30th November) for everyone else you’ll have to wait a couple of days. This is available for Xbox One, Playstation 4 and PC.

If this is all completely new to you, then it’s worth knowing that Eurogamer claims that Titanfall “makes the competition feel clunky and staid in comparison,” and Entertainment Weekly proudly states it to be “one of the best single-player campaigns of the year.” Plus it’s been nominated for Game of the Year. In short it’s worth getting your hands on.

Once TitanFall 2 has been released all the post-launch maps, modes, weapons and general stuff will be available for the duration of the free trial. This all starts with the Angel City’s Most Wanted which includes the Angel City map taken from the original Titanfall, the Wingman Elite Pistol, six new Titan kits, and a brand new Pilot execution.  Angel City’s Most Wanted also gives players the ability to purchase cosmetic items for their Pilot and Titan, including camos, nose art, warpaint, and more.

The free Titanfall 2 Multiplayer trial is a must for Fans of Titanfall and people who just want to take a look at what the noise is all about.

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Jim Franklin

Jim Franklin

Jim Franklin is a freelance writer, living in Derby UK with his wife. When time allows he likes nothing more than losing himself in a multi-hour gaming session. He likes most games and will play anything but prefers MMO's, and sandbox RPG's.

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