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HXR News: Battlefield 4 Premium and Battlefield Hardline Premium Now Free With EA Access

It came to my attention yesterday afternoon that Battlefield Hardline Premium was showing up as free thanks to a person on Reddit having an eagle eye for such things. Thinking it was a glitch in the system what with a DLC pack from it being a free download in Deals With Gold this week, I of course downloaded it asap thinking it was only a matter of time before it was fixed. Turns out EA are just being bloody nice, well more EA Access should I say.

Both Battlefield 4 premium and Battlefield Hardline Premium are now free with the service, with Hardline premium only being available for a short time, while BF4 premium is there for good. Both packs offer all the DLC and much more for both games, so if you are yet to try either of them out then now is the perfect time.

If you're not an EA Access member and have both the games and have Xbox Live Gold, then be sure to download both the Dragon's Teeth DLC pack for BF4, and the Robbery DLC for Hardline, as both are free thanks to Deals With Gold this week.

Since launch many have stuck there nose up at EA Access just because it is EA, but once again they show this service is something both old and new Xbox One owners should at least try out before dismissing it. Both Battlefield 4 and Battlefield Hardline are in the vault and free to play to, so your getting two fantastic shooters will all the DLC and much much more for under £20.00 a year.

What's included in Battlefield 4 Premium? 
  • · All five expansion packs
  • · 12 Gold Battlepacks
  • · Exclusive customization items
  • · VIP access in server queues

What's included in Battlefield Hardline Premium? 
  • · All four expansion packs
  • · Four Super Features
  • · 12 Gold Battlepacks
  • · Exclusive customization items
  • · Access to other Premium-only perks
  • · VIP access in server queues


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