Titanfall Beta Websites Are Scams
Yesterday Respawn Entertainment confirmed probably one of the worst kept secrets concerning their multiplayer-only shooter, Titanfall. The highly anticipated title will be receiving an open beta for Xbox One and PC users in February, and the company has warned that there are no sign-up websites as of yet.
That’s because a few have already cropped up, requesting Origin information from users in exchange for a place in the week long beta. The warning came from Titanfall community manager Mathew Everett, who was responding to several posts about the legitimacy of some of the sign-up websites in question.
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“We have not announced further details for the Titanfall beta at this time. DO NOT SIGN-UP at random sites claiming to be the official Beta.”
This isn’t something new to gamers, as there are always those out there ready and willing to prey on some poor few who let the excitement of a game get the better of them. Respawn CEO Vince Zampella has promised that details regarding the beta will release this week, so just give it a few days and then we can all find out how to jump inside of a mech a few weeks before Titanfall officially releases.
Titanfall is set to drop on Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC on the 26th of March.