Battlefield 1, Titanfall 2, And More Coming To EA Access
Six new games and four DLC packs will be coming to EA Access in the next few months.
If you subscribe to EA Access and you’ve been craving for some new content then you may be in luck: today Electronic Arts announced that six new games will be hitting the service service soon.
First off, Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2 will be available to play completely for free. Secondly, players will also be able to try out FIFA 18, Madden NFL 18, NHL 18, and NBA Live 18 before they are released this fall. Finally, subscribers will also be granted access to each DLC pack for Star Wars Battlefront.
While an exact date wasn’t made available, EA says that those games should hit the service sometime between July and September of 2017, while players should be able to download all four expansion packs for Star Wars Battlefront today.
EA Access is a subscription service that gives players access to EA published games on both the Xbox One and PC. In some cases, you’ll even be able to play certain games before they are even released. Back in January, the publishing giant revealed that Skate 3, Dead Space Ignition, Madden NFL 17, and Zuma’s Revenge would be hitting the service at some point in 2017. It was also announced that players would also get access to Mass Effect: Andromeda a week before it was officially released. You’ll be able to get a one-month subscription for $4.99, or you can shell out $29.99 for a twelve-month subscription.