Nov 30, 2016 07:00 AM EST
'Titanfall 2' Multiplayer Trial Starts This Weekend, Single Player Campaign Not Included In the Free Trial?
"Titanfall 2" has been one of the most buzzed and talked video games this year, but despite receiving numerous positive reviews and praises the game hasn't sold very well. To get more people on board, developer Electronic Arts will be hosting multiplayer modes which will be made available to all as part of a free trial this weekend.
EA Access or Origin subscribers will now be able to sign up for this free trial as early as Nov. 30, while the rest of the crowd will need to wait until Dec. 2. EA did not mention of when exactly this free trial will end.
According to Attack of the Fanboy, the game's free trial will start on November 30 for Xbox One and PC, which said to include the game's entire multiplayer. This means that it will also include Angel City's Most Wanted DLC, which will be released next month, December 3. During the free trial, all maps, gameplay tweaks, and game modes will be offer free.
Additionally, if the player has decided to purchase the game after playing the trial then all of the game progress made will carry over. The free trial will be open to all supported gaming platforms on December 2.
As reported earlier by Eurogamer.net, the only "Titanfall 2" content that will cost players real money is purely cosmetic.
Unfortunately, there's one big problem left on the table, the game's single player campaign will not be included in the free trial. This has placed the game under fire from gamers. For gamers, this is a huge mistake, the game's campaign is great and has effectively incorporated everything about the multiplayer mode.
Published by Electronic Arts, "Titanfall 2" is a first-person shooter video game for PC, Sony's PlayStation and Microsoft's Xbox One consoles. The game focuses on an infantry soldier who aspires to be a pilot of a Titan.
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