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Titanfall PC Beta Opened to All Who Registered

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Respawn Entertainment

A recent tweet by Respawn Entertainment hints at them opening the floodgates to stress-test their servers for Titanfall.

Respawn’s Twitter has alluded to the notion that nearly all PC gamers who registered for the Titanfall beta were let in as long as they registered before 4 PM PST yesterday. Most likely, Respawn tried to get as many possible applicants into the game possible in order to stress-test Titanfall’s servers.

This doesn’t necessarily mean that those who have yet to register will not get into the beta itself. Since there are still three weeks left until Titanfall’s release, Respawn is trying to ensure that their anticipated title can withstand its expected audience.

Titanfall will be making an orbital drop for Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC on March 11. The Titanfall beta has been officially extended to Feb. 19.

Next: Titanfall Beta Impressions

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