Titanfall Is Temporarily Open for Beta

Titanfall Is Temporarily Open for Beta

Titanfall has now had its floodgates opened, albeit temporarily, and will be the host of a short Open Beta this coming weekend. According to VG24/7 , the Beta will begin this Friday (February 14) through to February 17, as stated on the official registration page .

You can register for two options: the PC Beta and the Xbox One Beta. For the PC Beta, an Origin account is required, and it would be safe to assume that an Xbox Live account will be required for the Xbox One Beta.

It’s worth noting that completing the registration of either Beta may not guarantee access to said Beta, as “seats are limited.” If you are selected for the Beta, you will receive an email containing instructions on how to access the Beta to the email address you used to register with no later than the Beta’s closing day of February 17 at 11:59pm.

As far as the registering for the PC Beta is concerned, the process is pretty simple and straightforward; you just put in your date of birth and country of residence, and tick the box confirming that you understand EA’s Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. Since you need an Origin account for the PC Beta, the email address used for said Origin account will automatically be put in for you. After applying for the Titanfall Beta, you’ll be greeted with a “thank you” and a final notice that “you will be emailed by EA no later than 11:59 PM PST on Feb 17th if you have been selected to participate.” You’ll also be presented with an FAQ for the Beta.

According to the FAQ, there are currently no plans for an Xbox 360 Beta, no pre-order is necessary to access the Beta and if you were one of the few to be invited to Titanfall’s Closed Alpha test for the Xbox One (the PC version of which was initially believed to be fake ) and still have said Closed Alpha still installed on your system, you can use it along with the Open Beta, allowing you to play the Beta with multiple accounts. I must note that should you be accepted into the Beta, please remember that it will be just that: a Beta. What you see in the Beta may not be representative of the final product.

What’s more, this Beta won’t have as strict of an NDA as the Closed Alpha did , as was inferred in a tweet by Respawn Entertainment’s co-founder Vince Zampella.

Titanfall is slated to drop on Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC next month on March 11 in the US, March 13 in the EU and Australian, and then March 14 in the UK and New Zealand.

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