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a new program granting gamers free time to play games they
haven't purchased. They kick this off with an opportunity to try this out on
, their recently released mech shooter. Here's how this
Itís Game Time! This is a brand new program on Origin: itís free
time with full games. Origin Game Time isnít a demo, itís the full game playable
for free for as long as thereís time on your Game Time clock. And weíre kicking
off Origin Game Time with a truly massive experience: Titanfall on PC.
This weekend youíll be able to download Titanfall and play for free for two days
straight. Weíre launching Origin Game Time for Titanfall across the world over
the next several hours, so if you donít see it available yet in your territory,
you will soon. Origin Game Time games
will appear on our Free
Games page when theyíre available to download.
Havenít felt the thrill of dropping an 18-foot tall metallic beast on your
opponent? What about the rush of leaping from wall to wall through the war-torn
alleyways of a devastated compound? This is your chance to really see for
yourself what Titanfall is all about. Play it for yourself. It wonít cost you a
For Titanfall youíre getting 48 full hours of Pilot/Titan action. Itís the
entire game. The Origin Game Time clock begins the moment you start the game for
the first time, and ticks down in realtime. Whether youíre fighting your friends
or taking a break, the Game Time clock will continue to run.
Love the game after playing during Origin Game Time and want to continue? Your
Titanfall progress is saved and you can pick up right where you left off if you
If you already own Titanfall, this weekend is a great time to get back into the
game. Origin Game Time will bring new Pilots into the fight Ė help your
teammates or swoop in for some easy points.
Titanfall is only the beginning for Game Time and thereís more on the way. Each
Game Time will be unique: different game, different time on the Game Time clock.
Weíll keep you posted on Twitter
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when your next Origin Game Time game begins.
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||Re: Play PC Titanfall for Free
||Jun 21, 2014, 14:23
jdreyer wrote on Jun 21, 2014, 03:46:
but they do offer a fully configurable single player offline mode with bots. Titanfall does not.
And *THAT* is why I don't like inappropriate complaining. If what you actually want is a fully fledged SP campaign then fine, but Titanfall has never remotely pretended to be that, so if you got the game and are disappointed in the lack of a fully-fledged SP campaign... that's on you.
But no bots to train against or play when your internet goes down or... whatever...
Yeah, that's lame. Horrible as a matter of fact. But I've seen dozens and dozens of complaints about the lack of campaign but none of them mentioned lack of bots.
I always just assumed that, because of the actual CONTENT of the complaints, that common sense applied and that you COULD play against bots, like with UT and Quake and blahblahblah. I guess that's on me... tho I would have preferred proper complaining.
Ugh... this is in the same vein as disallowing LAN play for a PC RTS (/cough... Blizzard... /cough).
I friggin hate publishers. I am ASSUMING that if it were entirely up to the developers that they'd let people want what they obviously want and should have. Meaning bots for one-person MP.
jdreyer: Thank you VERY MUCH for clarifying. And thank you for doing so all maturely and whatnot instead of, well, you know.
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