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Battlefield 5 Comes to EA Access and Origin Vault Today

Battlefield 5 is available right now on both the EA Access and EA Origin vault, announced by DICE at EA PLAY 2019 at E3.

By Lou Contaldi

June 8, 2019

During EA Play 2019, we heard a lot about the future of Electronic Arts’ flagship multiplayer shooter Battlefield 5. While part of these announcements included new maps and a new theater in the Pacific, it was also revealed that Battlefield 5 will be added to the EA Access and Origin Vault. Even better, the game is available in both Vaults starting right now.

News comes by way of developer EA DICE, who revealed on today’s stream that Battlefield 5 will be heading to both the EA Access and Origin Vault today. If you are a PS4 gamer, fret not. The game will also be available on EA Access for PS4 games when it launches next month.

For everyone unaware, both the EA Access and EA Origin are the dedicated subscription services, with the former being for home consoles and the latter being for PC. Part of the subscription service includes access to The Vault, which lets gamers play a selection of curated titles — much like a Netflix for games. The previous addition to the Vault was NHL 19.

Battlefield 5 has received a steady drip of new content, with a broad roadmap moving through 2019. As mentioned earlier, this includes the newly-revealed Al Sudan map, a new infantry-focused map titled Marita, two new close quarter maps, improvements to Firestorm, and Chapter 5 based in the Pacific.

Battlefield 5 is available now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Make sure to check out our review where we noted it was “destined for greatness,” and if the additions have piqued your interest, you can grab the game now on Amazon.

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Lou Contaldi
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Lou Contaldi specializes in both reviews and the business behind gaming. He began writing about tech and video games while getting his Juris Doctor at Hofstra University School of Law. He is maybe the only gaming journo based in Nashville, TN.

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