EA Wants You To Apply For The Titanfall Alpha…If You Have An Xbox One
Titanfall is just two months away, and if you’re anywhere in Gauteng you can probably here my hourly squeals of excitement. So, for a second, imagine the sound I made when I received an email to participate in the Titanfall Alpha.
Well, not exactly an invite, but rather a prompt to apply for an invite. Not quite as good.
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EA has begun allowing sing-ups for a once off Titanfall Alpha event, which will be held rather soon. Heading over to the official website prompts you to log in with your Origin account, immediately putting you in the pool of people eagerly awaiting a key. There is a catch, however, and it’s a pretty big one for us locally. The Alpha will only be available on Xbox One.
Despite Titanfall releasing on PC and Xbox 360 as well as the Xbox One, the Alpha testing will only take place on Microsoft’s new console, which is probably a deal breaker for 99% of South African gamers. And even if you have an Xbox One locally, the odds of us getting keys is mighty slim. Hell, we might not get any purely because our Origin accounts are localised.
But don’t let that stop you from signing-up anyway, even if you don’t have an Xbox One. Just make sure to give me the key if you get one. Promise?