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Titanfall Coming to EA’s Origin Access PC Service

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Respawn Entertainment?s 2014 shooter Titanfall is coming to EA?s Origin Access service on 22nd March. The service offers its subscribers ? who pay $4 a month for membership ? unlimited access to a variety of games on the PC platform. Titanfall appeared on EA Access for Xbox One in June of last year.

The service was launched in January and currently offers 17 games to its subscribers.

The list of games available on Origin Access is listed below ?

  • ???????Torchlight II
  • ???????Battlefield 4
  • ???????Battlefield 3
  • ???????Battlefield Hardline
  • ???????Dragon Age: Inquisition
  • ???????Dragon Age: Origins
  • ???????Dragon Age 2
  • ???????Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare
  • ???????Need For Speed Rivals
  • ???????Sim City
  • ???????The Sims 3
  • ???????FIFA 15
  • ???????Dead Space
  • ???????Dead Space 2
  • ???????Dead Space 3
  • ???????This War of Mine

Titanfall launched on March 11, 2014 to relatively positive reviews. The game had gathered a lot of hype before launch, winning over 60 awards at E3 2013. The game was praised for its fast-paced action and grandiosity of its gunfights. In Titanfall, the player takes the role of ?pilots? who are nimble-footed soldiers of the future who can control large titans to complete team-based objectives. The gunplay is exciting and balanced. However, the game lacked replayability and was bogged down by its lack of multiplayer modes. Titanfall saw the release of 3 downloadable content expansions to the game in 2014.

Other interesting games to check out in EA?s Origin Access are Dead Space 3, Battlefield 4 and Dragon Age 2.

Dead Space 3 is a horror-adventure game lauded by critics for its eerie atmosphere and brilliant visuals. Battlefield 4 is a military shooter and one of the best shooting games available on the market today. For RPG lovers, Dragon Age 2 is on offer. It features tactical battles in a fantasy setting with an intriguing story.

Titanfall has been in the news lately as rumors of its sequel Titanfall 2 are doing the rounds on the internet. No official confirmation has been given by EA yet.

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