EA Announced ‘EA Access Free Play Days’

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EA’s subscription service EA access debuted in August of 2014, and has since allowed players unlimited access to certain games which EA dubbed ‘The Vault’. It appears that EA is now going to be opening the vault to everyone with their Free Play Days.

From January 19th to the 24th of the same month those of us with Xbox Live Gold will be treated to every game in the EA Access Vaults free of charge.

This limited time trial can be accessed through the EA Access Hub app which can be downloaded from the Xbox store. EA Access also allows its users to play EA titles before the release of the game for a limited time, but it doesn’t seem like this feature will be coming to the Free Play Days event.

Naturally EA stresses that ‘this is just a taste of what EA Access has to offer’, and goes on to state that the service can be subscribed to for a measly £3.99 a month, or £19.99 for a full year. That’s not even the price of a modern AAA title, and you can get anything in the vault for as long as you’re subscribed!

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2 thoughts on “EA Announced ‘EA Access Free Play Days’”

  1. I want to know why e.a. Hasn’t put a full game in the vault for close to 3 months.

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