Titanfall Beta sign-up is now open.  Jot your name down for a chance to test out the game later this month.

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The first person shooter arena is expected to be shaken up a bit with the arrival of Titanfall.  From the various demos we’ve gotten glimpses of, the game is a breath of fresh air to the FPS scene.

Titanfall is slated for launch on March 11, but the Beta sign-up has already begun.  Both Xbox one and PC owners will be able to jot their names down on the list, but EA says this does not guarantee a Beta slot.  If given access, EA will email Beta players the instructions on how to access the game on February 17.

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Respawn Entertainment, the creator of Titanfall, is putting an interesting twist into FPS by integrating mechs (huge Gundam-style suits) into the gameplay.  These mechs not only make a splash on the warzones, but they are a staple in the game’s overall mechanic—that is, players will have to constantly utilize these robo-suits to maintain a competitive edge over their foes.

EA CFO Blake Jorgensen said in statement earlier this month that Titanfall is a must-have, and its ‘different…[and] exciting gameplay’ will definitely make the franchise a top-tier contender in the FPS gaming segment.

Interested gamers can hop on over to EA’s Origin page to sign up to be a beta tester.