Titanfall 2 won’t be coming to Origin Access, so unless you had a crack at the beta, you won’t be getting another chance to try it out pre-release.
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Origin Access is great value, really. You get, well, access to a vault of older EA games that you play play as much as you want, including the Mass Effect trilogy, the Dragon Age series, Battlefield and loads more. Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 just made its way over there, and that’s not even very old.
One advantage to the service, is that you get free trials for upcoming EA games. Usually massive trials too, like ten whole hours of free play. To top it off, you then get a discount if you decide you want to buy the game.
Over on the EA Access (the console equivalent of Origin Access) FAQ, there’s a section talking about what these trials are and which games qualify. It says the following:
What are pre-release trials? Will my progress carry over?
With an EA Access membership, you can download and play upcoming EA games before they’re released for a limited time. Because you’re playing the real game, not a demo, any progress you make will carry over, so you can pick up where you left off starting on launch day if you decide to purchase the game.
Will members be able to play every EA game early?
EA Access members get to try upcoming EA releases first.
From that, you’d probably assume Titanfall 2 would be included in this deal. However, if you scroll on down to the small print, it says: “CONDITIONS, LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS APPLY. EXCLUDES TITANFALL 2. “
What do you think to this? Was you looking forward to a trial and now feel disappointed? Let us know in the comments.