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The Future For EA Access (When To Expect New Games In The Vault + Early Plays Of New Releases)


The EA Access team have just done a little post to let members know when & what they can expect from the service in the coming months.

On July 12th both Unravel and Need For Speed (not The Rivals, that's already in it) will be joining the vault, with Plants Vs Zombies Garden Warfare 2 coming a bit later on August 30th.

As for first plays on new titles, we have a bunch of those to look forward to with the following dates worth noting down somewhere so you can give these new games a try almost a week before they launch.

Madden 17 - August 18th
NHL 17 - September 8th
FIFA 17 - September 22nd
Battlefield 1 - October 13th

You can enjoy EA Access on the Xbox One from anywhere between £2.00/£3.99 a month, or £18.99/£19/99 for the year depending if you go via Internet stores selling a subscription, or if you go officially via the Xbox One console. No matter which way you decide to go though, it's clear to see that the service is still going strong, and offers you a ton of games to play in return for what you pay.

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