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Steam release breathes new life into the criminally-underplayed Titanfall 2

EA recently released a raft of games on Steam for the first time, and perhaps the game that is benefiting the most is Titanfall 2.

Respawn’s wonderful first-person shooter was critically-acclaimed upon its October 2016 release, but it suffered in the sales department, getting squeezed out by EA’s own Battlefield 1, which launched just before, and Activision’s rival FPS Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, which launched just after.

It was a crying shame, as Titanfall 2 is a fantastic game. “In a banner year for first-person shooters, Respawn delivers what might well be the best,” Jon Denton wrote in Eurogamer’s Titanfall 2 review, which awarded the shooter an essential badge.

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