Battlefield Hardline Now on EA Access
Starting today if you are a member of EA Access and currently don’t own the latest edition in the Battlefield series, then you are in luck. Battlefield Hardline is now in The Vault and is available to anyone who has an EA Access membership. Dragon Age: Inquisition was the most recent edition to The Vault prior to Battlefield Hardline. Other titles in The Vault include Battlefield 4, FIFA 15 and Need for Speed Rivals.
Battlefield Hardline delivers the ultimate cops and criminals, blockbuster, action fantasy delivered through a world-class multiplayer experience that fans have come to love from the Battlefield franchise and an all-new episodic single player campaign inspired by modern TV crime dramas. To celebrate the addition of Battlefield Hardline to The Vault, EA Access members are invited to join the developers of the game from Visceral Games to experience the gritty streets of LA with them. From 12:01AM BST to 1:00AM BST on October 15, players can join Visceral in several game modes on Battlefield servers named “EA Access.”
If you are not a member of EA Access but are intrigued to know what the prices are for such a service, then look no further. For a monthly subscription it is £3.99 and with that you get unlimited play of everything in The Vault. Members also get to play new and upcoming EA games before they are even released and you also get a 10% discount on all EA digital purchases on Xbox One.
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