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Titanfall has the potential to beat out Call of Duty and Battlefield 4. Maybe not in total sales but Titanfall is definitely the big new competitor on the field. Over two million played the open beta, which was only open for a brief period of time (meaning had it been open for longer, maybe more would have played it. One of the Titanfall trailers on YouTube has over 2 million views, and Microsoft is going to bundle a Titanfall Xbox One game in each Xbox One it sells. That is an extremely bullish move for both companies, especially after all the rave reviews Titanfall received. While it's hard to say just how many copies will be sold, I'm banking on strong sales and plenty of hype when it comes out. Especially considering it is sold only on the Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC, which should add to the hype via the ongoing console fan wars. On top of the possibility of strong sales, Titanfall will come out with free updates and 3 DLC's which could cost $10 each or $25 for the whole pack that may come with bonuses if you preorder. EA is about much more than just Titanfall, but expect the release of this game to be huge. I'm a huge gamer and when I played the game it made me more likely to pre-order it, just as a small disclaimer there.
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