Xbox One owners who have not yet signed up to EA Access will get the chance to give the service a spin for a whole week, beginning next week. Yes, EA Access will be free for an entire week, hooray lads.
We’re not overjoyed here since we’ve been using the service for quite some time. However, for those who sat on the sidelines, we can assure you that EA Access is a dependable service, but it only benefit those who enjoy EA-made games.
If you’re into sports, then EA Access is your jam because the Vault is filled with sports related video games. Sadly enough, the games are not fresh, so potential users should bear that in mind. For example, FIFA 15 and FIFA 14 are in the vault, but the newer FIFA 16 is not. It will be eventually, but one may have to wait until 6-months after the game’s release.
Now, this service is not just about free games. By subscribing, players can save 10 percent on all EA games bought from the Xbox Store. Not only that, subscribers will get the chance to play new games first for up to 10-hours before the release date.
The free trial will run from January 19 to January 29. After that, players will be required to subscribe to EA Access via the $4.99 per month plan, or the $29.99 per year option.
The full list of games you’ll be able to play from the Vault:
- Battlefield 4
- Battlefield Hardline
- Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare
- FIFA 14
- FIFA 15
- Madden 25
- Madden 14
- NHL 15
- NBA Live 15
- EA Sports UFC
- Dragon Age: Inquisition
- Need for Speed: Rivals
- Peggle 2.
For those wondering, EA Access is only available for the Xbox One. There’s a similar service for Windows from the same company that goes by the name, Origin Access.
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