Titanfall 2 Drops Onto EA's Origin Access

Respawn’s 2016 mech-filled FPS is now available to Access subscribers.

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EA and Respawn Entertainment have deployed the 2016 FPS hit TItanfall 2 to the Origin Access and EA Access services. Users of the EA services will have full access to both the single-player campaign mode and the game’s wonderful multiplayer modes. Also available to play will be the recently released Frontier Shield DLC. It brings a 4-player horde mode, a new map, and new cosmetics to the sci-fi battlefield.

Titanfall 2 joins many other EA hits on the Access services, which originally launched on consoles in 2014. Origin Access provides a similar service for PC gamers and first arrived in January of 2016. EA’s other 2016 FPS hit, Battlefield 1, is also expected to make an appearance on Access in the near future.

Titanfall 2’s arrival on the service coincides with the conclusion of the free weekend that ran until yesterday.

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    August 1, 2017 9:00 AM

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      August 1, 2017 12:25 PM

      Started the campaign last night. Seems fun so far!

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      August 1, 2017 12:57 PM

      oh, I've been meaning to try that new PvE mode.

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        August 1, 2017 1:10 PM

        It's good! It's my new favorite thing about Titanfall2.

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        August 1, 2017 1:41 PM

        Yeah I think I'll have to try that too. Really enjoyed the campaign.

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      August 1, 2017 1:40 PM

      I reinstalled for the free weekend since I figured people would be playing (and they were).

      I had 3 deaths over the course of 2 rounds and was grapple flying across the map, kicking dudes in the neck, sliding under doors shooting their faces off, bouncing off wall, dropping grenades on their friends, picking his buddy off in the midrange.

      I was the untouchable god of this shit. It was glorious.

      Then the weekend ended, all the noobs left and it takes 3 minutes to get a match with all-world super-pros who do all of the above to me on successive spawns until the match ends.