Titanfall 2 Reviews Will Appear Online On October 24

That's tomorrow!

Posted By | On 23rd, Oct. 2016

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Titanfall 2‘s review embargo will be lifting tomorrow, on October 24, four days before its worldwide launch on October 28. This is actually a bit surprising- Titanfall 2 received very limited pre-release ‘multiplayer tests,’ was not available on EA Access or Origin Access, and it seemed like Respawn and EA were working to restrict early access to and subsequent impressions from, the game as much as possible.

It looks like that is not the case, however, and they feel confident enough to let reviewers have their word on the game well ahead of its release. The exact time that embargo for the reviews will lift will be at 9am PT on October 24- that’s just about a day from now.

The ensuring four days should be enough for most buyers to check out the reviews and see if their early negative impressions from the pre-release multiplayer tests actually hold for the final game. Titanfall 2 will release on October 28 on Xbox One, PS4, and PC.


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