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Titanfall 2 $5 on Origin Right Now

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Posted · Original PosterOP

In case you weren't aware, which I'm guessing you weren't, Titanfall 2 (by far my favorite FPS game - hence my PFP) is on sale for $5 on Origin right now, as opposed to the normal $20 price tag. It's already totally worth the money at full price, but for $5 it's an absolute steal. You can pick it up on origin here, or get a redeemable code off of Amazon for the same price. It's definitely worth checking out if you haven't had the chance. The timing of the game's release was a bit unfortunate, with it mostly flying under the radar due to it being released at the same time as Battlefield 1. However, even 4 years after release, the game still has a very dedicated fanbase, and you can typically queue into a match in less than 30 seconds. The gameplay is fast and exhilarating, and even when you lose it's still very fun. The community is very nice, and I've never come across a single toxic player in a game. In addition to extremely fun multiplayer modes, the game has an amazing (albeit a bit short) campaign. I would actually recommend playing through the campaign in its entirety before even touching the multiplayer side of things. It will help you get used to the different gameplay mechanics.

 

If you ignore this and decide not to get the game while it's on sale, then whatever. I tried my best. But if you're the least bit interested, or are wanting a new, fun FPS experience, give the game a shot. It's only $5. After all, who doesn't like wallrunning and piloting giant mech robots.

 

I'll see you in a match sometime soon hopefully!


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thanks for that deal

 

the movement of the game alone is fun enuogh  for 5dollar


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Played through campaign, 100% worth it, even if you were not into titanfall 1.


 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, Noriega_Mxl said:

Why would I buy it, when I can have it, and a big EA library for 4 bucks a month on steam?...

 

Because then you're giving money to EA instead of Respawn (I'd assume EA still gives respawn a cut of Titanfall's sales anyway). Also you have to pay monthly for that and some people would rather just pay the one-time price and enjoy the game to keep. Tbh I don't care about any of EA's other games. The respawn-made stuff is the best.


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As someone who has payed for EA and Origins memberships - not worth it long term.  Buy what you like when on sale, my 2 copper coins.


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