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Titanfall Alpha Test Invitations Seem to be Rolling Out.. Are they Legit?

With Titanfall’s PC, Xbox 360, and Xbox One launch only mere months away it looks like EA are getting things in order and are sending out emails to various Origin users to stress test the Xbox One Servers, but there’s some concern that they’re not legitimate..

According to various Twitter users and NeoGAF members, they’ve been receiving emails inviting them “to take part in an exclusive trial for an upcoming title on Microsoft’s Xbox One.” Upon following the link in the email they’re redirected to “this page” which is on Titanfall’s official website.

Upon following the link I was requested to sign into my Origin account then click through to participate. I was then met with the message: “Your application to perticipate is complete. If you are selected to take part in our upcoming test, you will receive an email in the coming days with a unique code and instructions on how to download and access the game on Xbox One. Thank you!”

Though the invitations seem legitimate and the page is found on the official Titanfall website, following previous Titanfall Beta scams I’m a little sceptical. Various publications have reached out to EA, Microsoft, and Respawn Entertainment regarding the information, so we’ll keep you updated as soon as any information comes through.

Seven hours ago, Titanfall’s official Twitter account did post this message:

What are your thoughts? Leave a comment below!

  • David Wolff

    A simple whois lookup on titanfall.com shows it is not legit. It is owned by a private individual who has chosen to remain masked behind a Domains By Proxy system. Also the spelling of “perticipate” seems to give the game away!