While Origin Access on PC and EA Access on Xbox have slightly different libraries, Titanfall 2 and Battlefield 1 will be heading to both. Both games, which launched almost a week apart from one another last October, have hit the service less than a year after release. It is called In the Name of the Tsar and introduces the Russian army, alongside new maps and weaponry.
This means those who subscribe to EA Access (Xbox) or Origin Access (PC) will get free access to both of EA's big 2016 shooters. The full game is available to subscribers, so they can check out the single player mode, which spans across multiple characters in the World War I era, as well as the signature multiplayer that we've come to expect from the Battlefield universe - so, of course, players are going to love it.More news: Forget Phishing Emails, DNA Could Carry Computer Viruses
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Here's the link for Battlefield 1 on Origin. Subscriptions cost $5 a month or $30 per year. Currently, EA Access claims to bolster over 45 games whereas Origin Access has over 75 and counting. After following through on its promise for Titanfall 2 last month, EA has now added Battlefield 1 to the Vault for EA and Origin Access. With both games now coming to the Access Vault, it opens the floodgates for new players to join. Additionally, subscribers will gain early access to upcoming games like Star Wars Battlefront 2 prior to their release. The real bummer of EA Access is that you still pretty much need to pay for Xbox Live Gold on top of it to get the most enjoyment out of it.