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Friday, 14 February 2014 09:11

Titanfall beta keys going out

Written by David Stellmack

Will you be in the first wave?

How lucky are you? Well it is likely that you will find out this morning or maybe this afternoon as the Titanfall Beta keys have begun to be distributed via Email. The first wave of codes went out last night with more coming this morning and later in the afternoon. We expect codes to continue to trickle out over the next couple of days.

While Respawn has not announced when officially the beta will start, we suspect that most will continue to check their Email for beta keys in hope to be one of the ones in the early selection rounds. If you don’t have a key yet, keep refreshing your Email as it could arrive at any time this weekend.

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