We're just hours away from the release of Titanfall 2 and if you're in the mood for some last minute pre-purchase bonuses, there are deals still available for Titanfall 2. If you're a PC gamer, you can pick up discounts worth $11-$12 off, conversely console gamers can expect Gift Card bonuses, but you'll need to act relatively fast before they expire as the game goes live later tonight.
PC gamers are getting a discount at Green Man Gaming or DLGamer on the Origin digital copy of the game just as the game is about to go live. At the digital retailers, the price drops instantly from $59.99 to $48.99 or $47.99, respectively. These are some of the lowest price online in the US from an authorized source. Note that GMG only offers keys to the Standard Edition of the game, if you want the Deluxe Edition Origin key, it looks like you'll need to pay the full $79.99 price tag at Origin Store.
Origin PC Deal at GMG
- Titanfall 2 Standard Edition (Origin Key) - $48.99 (list $60)
- Titanfall 2 Standard Edition (Origin Key) - $47.99 (list $60)
Xbox One Deals at Microsoft
- Titanfall 2 Deluxe Edition + $10 Gift Code (Xbox One) - $79.99
- Titanfall 2 Standard Edition + $10 Gift Code (Xbox One) - $59.99
PS4 Deals at Best Buy
- Titanfall 2 Deluxe Edition + $10 Rewards (PS4) - $79.99 ($63.99 w/ GCU)
- Titanfall 2 Standard Edition + $10 Rewards (PS4) - $59.99 ($47.99 w/ GCU)
Xbox One gamers have a pretty solid option at the Microsoft Store. Buying through them allows you to get the game plus a $10 Gift Code. Even better, you have the option to either get a physical copy or a digital copy. If you opt for physical, you'll get the disc shipped for free, but it will take a few days. If you shoot for a digital download key, Microsoft will ship it via email instantly so you can partake in pre-load. The Gift Code arrives via email shortly after the game releases.
If you want Titanfall 2 on the PlayStation 4, head over to Best Buy. There you'll catch $10 in Rewards if you're a free "My Best Buy" member (the old rewardszone program). If you are a paid member of Gamers Club Unlocked, you'll also get 20% off reducing the standard edition price from $60 to $47.99 and the Deluxe from $80 to $63.99.
Standard or Deluxe?
In these last few hours before launch, you may be contemplating going either standard or deluxe. Well, gameplay-wise, there is no real disadvantage by going with the Standard Edition as the Deluxe will only grant you more customization.
The Deluxe Edition gets you a ton of extra options for your Titan, pilot, and weapons. You'll get exclusive nose arts, warpaints, and camouflages right out the gates PLUS two bonus DLC packs for more customization of the Ion and Scorch Titans that release in December.