Electronic Arts and Respawn announce a free multiplayer trial for\u00a0Titanfall 2. Everyone loves Titanfall 2 except consumers, it seems. Respawn's mech FPS sequel was released to near universal acclaim last month but for whatever reason the positive critical response failed to carry over into sales. The game's struggles are probably a combination of being sandwiched\u00a0between Battlefield 1 and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare\u00a0and being a sequel to a game that PlayStation 4 owners had no historical affinity\u00a0for. Today's announcement\u00a0is\u00a0very much from\u00a0the 'try before you buy' school of marketing but is no less welcome. Titanfall 2's multiplayer modes and mechanics have been right lauded and are surely worthy of more exposure. The trial will begin for EA Access and Origin Access members on Wednesday 30th November. It then rolls out to general players on 2nd\u00a0December on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and\u00a0Origin for PC platforms. \u00a0If the trial wins you over and leads to a\u00a0purchase of\u00a0the full game you can rest easy, all multiplayer progress will be transferred. EA have also announced that\u00a0all of Titanfall 2's post-launch maps, modes, and weapons will now be free for\u00a0all players. The first release is a\u00a0remastered version of the Angel City map from the original\u00a0Titanfall. Also included in this release is the\u00a0Wingman Elite Pistol, six new Titan kits, and a brand new Pilot execution. Those\u00a0who pre-ordered\u00a0Titanfall 2 prior to the game's\u00a0release can access the map and items from tomorrow.\u00a0The rest of us can pick it up from 3rd\u00a0December, 2016. The\u00a0free multiplayer trial\u00a0will run through to the end of this weekend. Buy Titanfall 2 from Amazon.