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Titanfall is now free to download and play via Origin (bleh!) within the next 48 hours. As soon as you boot the game, your 48 hours with the game starts ticking so to speak, EA's timer then goes on in real time whether you're playing or not. Aww, how sweet of you, EA. Really. It is sweet. We do not often get such sweetnessness from EA.
"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," commented EA on their Origin blog. "Origin Game Time games will appear on our Free Games page when they're available to download."
Hating EA is perfectly understandable. But regardless, this is a nice chance for you to jump in the game and give it a shot, if you have never played it before.
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