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Titanfall 2 goes free on EA and Origin Access

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Titanfall 2 - BT-7274 and Jack Cooper at start of Boomtown
BT-7274 and its pilot, Jack Cooper, in Titanfall 2.
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Titanfall 2, the fast-paced futuristic shooter from Respawn Entertainment, is now available free for people who pay for publisher Electronic Arts’ subscription services on Windows PC or Xbox One.

It is the latest entrant into the Vault, a growing collection of full games that are free for subscribers to EA Access (Xbox One) or Origin Access (PC). EA announced in early July that its two biggest games of fall 2016, Titanfall 2 and Battlefield 1, were both on their way to EA Access. We’re still waiting to hear when the latter game will join the Vault.

Titanfall 2’s arrival in the Vault comes after Respawn ran a free weekend for the game, allowing people to try out its full multiplayer component. The studio has expanded the multiplayer offering with numerous content updates, adding modes like the titan-free Live Fire and the co-op Frontier Defense. Titanfall 2 launched in October 2016, one week after EA DICE’s Battlefield 1.

A subscription to EA Access or Origin Access, which offer pre-release trials for many EA games in addition to the full-game downloads available in the Vault, costs $4.99 a month or $29.99 per year. As for the Vault, EA announced earlier this month that it will be removing a game from the EA Access library in October: 2013’s FIFA 14. This appears to be the first instance of a delisting from EA Access.

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