Last month, EA announced that its popular shooters Titanfall 2 and Battlefield 1 are heading to its subscription based services, Origin Access and EA Access. Today, Titanfall 2 has landed on both services, although Battlefield 1 remains absent for now.
Titanfall 2, for those unaware, arrived last year to positive reception from both critics and players alike. This was mainly due to a fantastic single-player campaign, as well as an addictive multiplayer segment. The game allows players to move about with extreme agility, being able to wall run and double jump, as well as make use of various abilities in multiplayer for even more speed and maneuverability.
Meanwhile, the addition of powerful, heavy, and mostly slow-moving mechs called Titans that players can control adds another layer to its gameplay, where positioning and optimal use of Titan abilities plays a bigger role.
One of the biggest updates to arrive for the game landed just last month, bringing a fan favorite game mode from the original Titanfall named Frontier Defense. The game mode is a four player cooperative battle, where players are tasked with defending a harvester against waves of distinct enemies, ranging from foot soldiers, all the way to Titans.
Origin Access on PC and EA Access on Xbox One are each available at $4.99 a month, or $29.99 a year. EA Access already harbors almost 50 games in its vault, with Origin Access quickly advancing on that number. The full list of games available on both EA services can be seen here.
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