Between the massive World War 1 battles of Battlefield 1, to futuristic wall running and giant mech driving Titanfall 2, subscribers will have plenty of new single-player and multiplayer content to experience soon.
In the coming months, EA Access and Origin Access subscribers will be able to play two of the publisher's high-profile (and generally well-liked) 2016 games - Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2 - as part of the $5-per-month service.
News that the two games would be added to both Access formats came today after EA Games announced the addition and tweeted out that they'd be adding them soon, though they didn't give an exact date as to when players could expect them to be available. For those who don't know, the Vault service lets EA Access members download certain games to their consoles as long as they're members.
On top of access to these games and more in the "Vault", EA Access and Origin Access both include a 10% discount on all EA digital purchases and early trials for brand new games. Available now you can try out all of the Star Wars Battlefront DLC expansions via the services. They are worth playing if you missed getting them past year.More news: TMC does not want Bengal's grim reality to be exposed: BJP
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EA Access on Xbox, on the other hand, is getting a handful of Play First trials from EA Sports.
Beyond those main games, the services split off into two more lists of three games each that'll be split between the services soon.
Separately, Origin Access on PC will be welcoming Oxen Free, Rebel Galaxy, and The Sims 4 to its list of titles.