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Gamers eagerly awaiting for Respawn Entertainment’s Titanfall is one step closer to enjoying the 6 on 6 first person shooter. Pre-load for North America digital copies on Origin for the PC have been confirmed. The game weights in at a hefty 50GB so the 4 days of advance pre-load will be much appreciated for gamers with slower internet connection (the install is 50GB while the download is 20GB).
Respawn co-founder Vince Zampelle also noted earlier today that gamers playing early won’t be stopped or banned, as long as they have legitimate copies. For the rest of us with normal Origin keys and copies, our game won’t be activated until North America release date of March 11, next week Tuesday.
If you’re still on the fence about Titanfall, here are some last minute deals that retailers are enticing you with:
Update 3/12: Lots of deals for Titanfall has expired due to the game being released. We’ve updated with the current best prices below per your region.
For those in North America:
For those in Europe and the UK:
Update 3/8: Code appears to work fine both in UK and EU (screenshot). For those having problems, try hitting backspace after you put in the code during checkout to get rid of any “invisible” spaces.
The coupons above for Titanfall have different expiration dates. For the code in NA, the code expires on March 12 at 11AM Eastern (just a day after release), while the code for the UK/EU expires earlier on March 10, also at 11AM Eastern.
If you decide to take up the GMG deal for the Origin keys above, you’ll immediately receive your key upon the transaction is completed (the key and order receipt will also be emailed to you).
Just load up Origin, click on “Origin” on the top left, then “Add Game…” and select “Redeem Product Code.” You’ll be on your way to install the 50GB monster. (Funny enough for us, unpacking the 50GB game took longer than the 20GB download at 3 MB/s).
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