Members of Origin Access and EA Access can now download the 10 hour trial for Battlefield 1, an entire day before originally planned.
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If you woke up this morning and checked the internet you would have seen the news that EA Access, the corporation's subscription service for Xbox One that provides early access to new EA releases and permanent access to older titles, is becoming available for users on PC.
Unfortunately, it's not available in Australia just yet.
EA Access subscribers will get a sneak peek at Dragon Age: Inquisition five days before it comes out, Electronic Arts just announced. It's only a six-hour demo, so don't get too excited. But hey, at least your progress will carry over. Subscribers can also get a 10% discount on the Xbox One store. Read more here.
Say you, like many people, excitedly signed up for a recurring $6.99 a month payment to gain access to EA's new subscription service for the Xbox One, only to be underwhelmed by the meager early offerings. There's no easy way out, but there is a shortcut home.
That didn't take long! Electronic Arts just said its newly-announced subscription service EA Access is officially live on the Xbox One. That means all gamers who own Microsoft's current-gen console can download the app through the app store and start using it today for $6.99 in Australia, or a full-year subscription for $39.99.
Last week, Electronic Arts announced a new online gaming service called EA Access for the Xbox One. It sounded like a promising deal to many gamers: a Netflix-style subscription service that would give people access to a library of EA games for $US5 a month, or $US30 a year. But many important questions remained unanswered.
Wondering why EA's new subscription Access program is on Xbox One and not PlayStation 4? Well, for starters, Sony doesn't think it's any good for their customers.
We've just confirmed with EA Australia that EA Access will be coming to Australia, at a slightly higher price than what our US cousins will be paying.
Today EA announced a new subscription service for the Xbox One that will give customers unlimited access to a handful of the company's games for $US4.99 a month.