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Titanfall will get a F2P version in Asia

EA teams up with Nexon for online version.

Titanfall was one of the highlights in the Xbox One's early catalogue. It combined elements of infantry and mech combat in quite a unique way. Now the game is ready to hit the Asian markets, but not in the conventional format, as the game will be released there as a free-to-play version for PC.

EA and Respawn are combining forces with Nexon to bring the game to Asia. Nexon is known from it's free online games, such as Dirty Bomb. Gamesindustry reports that Nexon GT is in charge of development, but that the company will work closely with the game's original developer Respawn Entertainment.

The site also clarifies that Asia means in this case Korea, Japan, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

In case you want to refresh your memories, the game's review can be found here.

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