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EA Access feat. The Lucas Brothers - The Real Deal

Play the best of EA on Xbox One for $4.99 a month.Instantly expand your gaming library with The Vault, a growing collection of EA’s best Xbox One games. Battlefield 4, FIFA 15, Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare, Dragon Age: Inquisition – play all these and more as much as you want.

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fulnattybrah1105d ago

I think every Xbox one owner has this already, if not you should

FlexLuger1105d ago

If they dont they are crazy. Its the best way to buy EA games at this point if your on xbox or pc. Bought my Access sub for the whole year back in july...just before they put Dragon age in the vault. Im pretty sure BF: hardline is gonna and up on there in a few months...which is why Im not buying it :). Just gonna wait and get it for free.

Volkama1105d ago

Just Xbox, strangely EA have refused to work with themselves to bring this service to PC gamers via their own Origin platform.

Maybe they agree with Sony that it's just not good value :)

freshslicepizza1105d ago

@Volkama

ea doesn't support the pc as much as they should. madden and all their sports games aside from maybe fifa don't even get a pc release.

FlexLuger1105d ago (Edited 1105d ago )

@Volkama

I could have sworn this was already on PC. That is a strange one as I thought that would have been the largest consumer base for this type of product.Still...what do I care?..I got it on xbox :)

SniperControl1105d ago (Edited 1105d ago )

Not necessarily, i have a X1 and i don't have it, the reason i dont have it because i already own most of the games that are already in the vault, i bought most of them at launch almost a year ago and i'am not prepared to wait 8-9 months to play new games.(apart from the american football, basket ball and ice hockey stuff for which i have no interest in).
I dont think the discounts add up to much as most games can be bought cheaper from other places and the playing 5 days early is not really worth paying £48 extra a year.

But hey, i'am not saying it's a service that nobody should have, there are always people out there that Acesss caters for, it's just not for everyone.

Volkama1105d ago

I usually get my multiplatform games for the PC, but I still have EA Access. To me it pretty much enables me to dabble in the XBox versions of games with friends (Titanfall, Battlefield, Garden Warfare), and maybe sample things I don't really see the value in buying (sports games).

Access is just so dirt cheap that it is easy to get some value out of it. Not saying you are wrong, obviously everyone plays their own way.

Curious why it's taking other publishers so long to follow suit. I thought Ubisoft would be chomping at the bit.