You’ll soon be able to play Respawn Entertainment’s sci-fi first-person shooter, Titanfall, on the PC for free in a new program EA is introducing to their Origin service called “Origin Game Time.”
“This weekend you’ll be able to download Titanfall and play for free for two days straight,” EA announced in a recent news entry. “We’re launching Origin Game Time for Titanfall across the world over the next several hours, so if you don’t see it available yet in your territory, you will soon. Origin Game Time games will appear on our Free Games page when they’re available to download.”
According to the post, EA is handing out 48 hours of game time, giving you full access to the entire game and all of its contents for the entire duration, which begins counting down, in real time, the moment you boot it up for the first time. Any progress made during those 48 hours will also carry over to the retail game, should you decide to make the purchase some time after.
If you already own Titanfall, then this weekend might be a good time to hop on some servers, as they’ll likely feel a lot more populated and filled with ripe noobs for the picking.
PC players, along with Xbox One owners, can also look forward to a fresh new game update incoming later this month that introduces new game modes, customization options, and matchmaking improvements. We got all the details during our talk with the studio that you can read up on right here.