TitanFall – Beta FAQ Unveiled, Registrations End On February 14th

Respawn Entertainment claimed a couple of hours ago that players will be able to sign up for the beta phase of TitanFall at 6:00PM PST. Well, good news everyone as you can already sign up. All you have to do is follow our guide below.

So, how can you sign up for the beta? All you have to do is visit this hidden page.

Respawn Entertainment has also unveiled the FAQ for TitanFall’s beta phase. According to it, registrations will end on February 14th. Moreover, the beta phase will accept application from gamers around the world.

Last but not least, PC gamers will be able to play TitanFall via both keyboard+mouse and controllers.

Here is the complete FAQ:

How do I get access to the closed Beta?

  • You can apply for access to the Titanfall closed Beta at our official registration page. Registration ends on Friday Feb 14th at 4pmPST. Head to www.titanfall.com/beta/ to register.

What platforms are supported in the Titanfall closed Beta?

  • The Titanfall closed Beta will be available for the PC via Origin and Xbox One.

What countries will the Titanfall closed Beta be supporting?

  • The Titanfall closed Beta will accept application from gamers around the world, but the actual gameplay will only offer English text and audio.

Do I get a key if I pre-ordered Titanfall?

  • No preorder is necessary to access the beta.

Is this representative of the final game code?

  • The Titanfall beta is not final code and represents a small slice of the game’s content. Testing the game before release helps us create a better final product for our fans.

Will there be an Xbox 360 Beta? 

  • There are no plans for a Titanfall Xbox 360 beta at this time.

Can I play the Beta on multiple accounts on my Xbox One?

  • Yes, if the closed Beta is installed on your system, all accounts should have access.

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