Which, as per the rules passed down from generation to generation in relation to the calendar week, Friday is indeed the beginning of the weekend. Which means the recently released Titanfall 2 will be free to play for a few days, before the first DLC pack Angel City’s Most Wanted is released next week. As per the trend with a number of high-profile released this year, Titanfall 2 hasn't exactly set any new sales records, but by all accounts
it's an excellent shooter. And one that you should probably check out.
And as it's a trial of the full multiplayer offering, you might want to set aside some time this weekend. And if you're a member of either EA or Origin Access, you can start playing tomorrow.