Tagged: EA Access

The first title of three more upcoming games has joined the EA Access vault as of today. A mere 8 months after release, you can now get your hands on and download Fifa 17 as part of the subscription package. If you aren't one of the millions who have been playing the latest Fifa title since last year, now's your chance to test out the new career mode and take Alex Hunter to footballing glory. Of course, there's also FUT and all the usual game modes you would expect in Fifa present too. You'll also soon be able to download ... Read More »
Today, EA have announced not one, or even two, but three titles coming to the vault soon, adding even more value to the EA Access subscription service. The major title to be added, which will be this month: and one I intentionally didn't purchase due to this reason, is FIFA 17. That's right, no more than 7 months since its release, and it's already becoming part of the permanent vault. In fact, they did the same thing with FIFA 16 around this time last year, so expect it to be a yearly tradition going forward. Along with FIFA 17, they're ... Read More »
EA Access is widely regarded as one of the best subscription services available to Xbox One users. This is largely in part thanks to its Vault service which offers up premium EA titles for free. Yesterday another game was added to the Vault, that being the latest edition of the NHL franchise, NHL 17. EA's continued support of the Vault is sure to please fans, with titles such as the Mass Effect trilogy, Unravel and Dragon Age: Inquisition alongside the newest addition of NHL 17 the EA Access Vault is great money for value. Will you be playing NHL 17? Are ... Read More »
On the 16th of this month fan's of the Mass Effect series will be able to get to grips with the latest instalment in the form of the Mass Effect: Andromeda free trial. This trial will be made available to fans on Xbox via EA Access' early access program. The trial, much like other EA titles, will be 10 hours long and will allow players to experience both the multiplayer and single player elements of the game. Somewhat unfortunately this title will have all the same limitations as previous trials. This includes limiting how much progression can be made in ... Read More »
January wasn't the most active month for EA Access members.  The EA Access Vault is a great way for gamers of many genres to play full versions of a ton of games for a small monthly fee.  So let's at least recap what came to the vault in January and what we know is coming. Last month fans of the Battlefield series rejoiced with Battlefield 3 and Battlefield: Bad Company 2.  These were at least 2 worthy titles and not simply "filler." What we do know is coming though is: Dead Space: Ignition Madden NFL '17 Skate 3 Zuma's Revenge ... Read More »
This week EA have been dishing out a lot of details on current and future additions to the EA Access Vault, these additions are only going to further support the idea that Access is one of the best value for money gaming subscriptions available today. Thursday saw Battlefield 3 and Bad Company 2 added to the Vault, meaning they join titles such as Mirror's Edge and Mass Effect on a list of games that are available in the Vault and also backwards compatible. On the same day that it was confirmed these titles are now available they also confirmed further ... Read More »
Last week we brought to you the fantastic news (here) that Battfield 3 and Battlefield Bad Co. 2 had found their way to the Xbox Backwards Compatibility list. Today we bring you even more great news, that being that those new Backwards Compatible titles are now available in the EA Access Vault. Move out! Battlefield Bad Company 2 and Battlefield 3 are available in the @EAAccess Vault today. #BFBC2#BF3pic.twitter.com/ukGA5qmYYd — Battlefield (@Battlefield) January 19, 2017 That's right if you're an Access subscriber then you can now play Battlefield 3 and Bad Company 2 for free on your Xbox One console. ... Read More »
As well as confirming that Mass Effect: Andromeda will be available early for EA Access subscribers, BioWare team members took to Twitter to confirm there will be no season pass for the game. The official Mass Effect Twitter account responded to a direct question to confirm that EA Access members will be able to hop back into the Mas Effect universe before other players. There's no talk of how much earlier, but in the past the early access period has lasted a week. https://twitter.com/masseffect/status/817529817100795904?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw It seems like today was a bit of a Q&A session for the team over at BioWare; ... Read More »
The new year is almost upon us, which means the countdown will begin 'til the release of BioWare's next anticipated Mass Effect title, with only 3 months to wait. Mass Effect: Andromeda is published by EA, which means that EA Access subscribers will most likely get the chance to play it early; as is always the case with EA's titles. However, this time it'll be in the form of an actual demo rather than a time-limited trial. Either way, this is good news for Microsoft, as Xbox players will be able to experience these rich new worlds and boast about them before PS4 ... Read More »

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