It is officially one year since Titanfall was released to use and EA are being very generous and giving everyone the chance to pick up the season pass for Titanfall completely free for the next 24 hours.
Just in case you'd forgotten or something, you're now able to start pre-loading the Battlefield Hardline beta which starts tomorrow (Feb 3rd) at 10am PST.
EA announced that the Battlefield Hardline beta will be kicking off on February 3rd yesterday and we have got some more info regarding when the ability to pre-load the beta starts and how big of a download you're going to have.
There was an almost confirmed rumour floating around yesterday that the beta for Battlefield: Hardline would be coming to us on February 3rd and EA have now confirmed that this is the case.
Over the last few days, Ubisoft have been de-activating "fraudulent" copies of Far Cry 4 and G2A were one of the third-party sellers that were known to be affected.
Origin have updated their On the House deal already so if you missed SimCity 2000, well, you'll have to go buy it instead. Origin are continuing on the trend of classic games though, this time going with Theme Hospital.
Respawn's co-founder, Vince Zampella, has said that it is too late to bring the original Titanfall to Steam, but there could be a chance for Titanfall 2 to make it instead.
The second day of the Steam Holiday sale is now beginning and so I'm sure you'd like to know what exactly you can pick up today in the featured deals.
The new On the House deal from Origin this time around is SimCity 2000 Special Edition, it is time for you to waste many hours playing that game again.
It looks like Black Friday is coming early this year for those of you that like to buy things from Origin (whoever you crazy bunch are), as you can now get up to 75% off selected items in Origin's Black Friday sale.