Respawn Entertainment is opening up the Titanfall multiplayer beta test to all Windows PC users who registered for the beta before Feb. 15 at 4:00 p.m. PST, the developer revealed today.
"Over the next couple hours we'll be getting all the PC people who signed up access through the My Games Library in Origin," the official Respawn account tweeted. "If you don't see it in your library yet, hang tight! It'll be appearing over the next couple hours for some users as it rolls out."
"Data servers are slammed! Apologies for those trying to get in, doing our best to improve wait times (& more servers will be up at launch)," the account later tweeted.
The Titanfall open beta on Xbox One rolled out to all Xbox One users over the weekend and is currently available from the "New Game Demos" section of the Xbox Game Store. Up until this weekend, Xbox One and Windows PC users had to register for and be issued with codes to join the beta, which EA began distributing last week.
According to Respawn's twitter account, the beta will run until Feb. 19 at 6:00 p.m. PST. Respawn founder Vince Zampella previously stated that Titanfall's multiplayer beta extension of a day was "to make up for" the server down time on Friday.