Try Titanfall For Free On PC

Try Titanfall For Free On PC

Are you one of the PC gamers who prefers Origin to Steam? OK, OK! Sorry I asked. But, hey, at least we can all agree that Titanfallis pretty awesome. And as Kotaku’s Kirk Hamilton has said many times now, EA’s hit multiplayer shooter plays like a dream on the PC.

So if you’re one of the unconvinced but still curious, you can play the whole game for free on your PC this weekend thanks to EA’s newly minted Origin Game Time program.

Now, unless you’re a PC gamer who’s been living under a rock for the past 24 hours, you’ve probably heard of this little thing called the Steam Summer Sale going on right now. EA is continuing its subtle habit of shade-throwing by debuting a new kind of free game service for its competing PC gaming platform at the same. By EA’s description, it sounds like a truncated version of the Instant Game Collection that Sony makes available for PlayStation Plus subscribers:

It’s Game Time! This is a brand new program on Origin: it’s free time with full games. Origin Game Time isn’t a demo, it’s the full game playable for free for as long as there’s time on your Game Time clock. And we’re kicking off Origin Game Time with a truly massive experience: Titanfall on PC.

This weekend you’ll be able to download Titanfall and play for free for two days straight. 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.

So: suit up, pilot. Your Titan is ready. But act now because it will self destruct in 24 hours unless you cave in and buy the thing.


  • Actually, you don’t have to ‘act now’, as the 48 hour timers starts when you download, install and run the game.So you can download it in a week, and still play it for 48 hours.

  • I like that you can try it out for free, multiplayer games like this one are usually pretty hit or miss for me. The problem is, I’ve got to download like 10-15GB to try it out! That’s not free, that’s about 6% of my monthly download quota, which in actual money terms, would really cost me $4-5.

    • On the plus side, if you keep it, you don’t have to re-download the full game again like you do with most demo’s.

    • Ditto and thanks to my SSD, the most I could get out of it is about 40G spare. So no deal.

      Plus by the time it finishes downloading, the weekend would be over.

  • Downloaded played till to lvl 6 not bad much better then I thought it would have been and wall running pretty fun but don’t know if I’d spend $40 (sale atm) on it though.

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