If you're eager to see what all the hubbub is about with Titanfall 2, EA is giving you a chance to check out the game's multiplayer for free. Gamers on Xbox One, PC and PlayStation 4 will all get a chance to try the full Titanfall 2 multiplayer experience this weekend, including the game's new Angel City multiplayer map.
To kick things off, EA Access and Origin Access members will get to dive in first starting today, November 30. The free trial will then open up to everyone starting on December 2, and the whole thing will end on December 4. Do note that, if you're playing on Xbox One, you will need an active Xbox Live Gold subscription to participate.
All of this coincides with the release of the Angel City's Most Wanted DLC, which brings the revamped Angel City multiplayer map from the first Titanfall, along with new titan kits and more. That DLC is available now for those who pre-ordered Titanfall 2, and it will make its way to everyone else on December 3.
Are you going to give Titanfall 2's multiplayer a shot during this free trial? Let us know what you're looking forward to most in the comments!
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