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Titanfall will be playable to the public at gamescom


9:30 AM on 07.31.2013
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Electronic Arts will be at gamescom in a big way this year, and they're bringing a big lineup of games that people can get hands-on with. The most notable being Titanfall, our game of the show for E3.

Fans can also play Battlefield 4, Command & Conquer, FIFA 14, The Sims 4, and Need for Speed Rivals. They'll have a bunch of mobile titles there too, but weird there was no mention of Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare. That's really good too!

For everyone not going to gamescom, you can watch EA's press conference set to take place on August 20 at 3PM BST. We'll of course be at gamescom ourselves and will be bringing you coverage from the show.






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