'Titanfall' beta sign ups begin for Xbox One and PC

A few weeks after running a very limited alpha test for "Titanfall" on the Xbox One, developer Respawn Entertainment and publisher Electronic Arts are now taking sign ups for a more advanced, but still closed, beta test of the upcoming, and highly anticipated, sci-fi first person shooter.

The beta test page on the 'Titanfall' website shows that it will be open to Xbox One and PC owners; the game will also be coming out on the Xbox 360 but no beta test is planned for that console. EA will send over an email no later than 1:59 PM PST on February 17th to the folks it will pick to participate in the beta test. In addition, people who sign up for the PC beta must have an EA Origin account.

The test itself will start on February 14 and will include three gameplay modes from the full version: Attrition (Team Deathmatch), Hardpoint Domination (Capture and hold points on the map) and Last Titan Standing (everyone gets a Titan and the team that still has one or more left over wins).

The full game is still planned for a March 11 release for the Xbox One and PC; Xbox 360 owners will have to wait until March 25 to get their hands on the shooter.

Source: Titanfall site | Image via Respawn Entertainment

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