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[Update: PC Too] Titanfall Beta Now Open to All on Xbox One

Posted on Monday, February 17 @ 05:10:55 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


[Update] Respawn has announced that the Titanfall beta is now being opened up to PC gamers who registered for the beta before 4pm PST on February 15th.

"Hey PC players: Did you register before 4pm PST yesterday? Check your My Games Library in Origin, getting more people in to test servers," the official Respawn Twitter account posted late yesterday.

[Original] The Titanfall beta has officially been opened to all who own an Xbox One. That's right, no longer do you need a beta code in order to gain access to Respawn Entertainment's highly anticipated shooter.

Microsoft's Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb made the announcement on his blog. Here's how to get in on the fun:

To download the beta, sign in to your Xbox One and head to the 'New Game Demos' section of the Game Store and it will appear there. You can also say 'Xbox Bing' then 'Show me game demos'. Also, in some Xbox Live regions you’ll see a 'Join The Titanfall Beta' link on the home page of Xbox One, next to My Game and Apps.

What are you waiting for? Hop in and have some fun! 
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