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What To Expect From EA Access From Now Until The End Of The Year

That EA Access, offering its terrible service for such a high cost. That's what the internet tends to say, but I've been a subscriber since day one, and it's easily one of the best services available on the Xbox One. The vault already has a decent mix of shooters, puzzlers, sports, and 360 titles available to download, with the next few months offering new games coming to the vault, and also some ten-hour trials also coming to the service too. The blog post from EA shared what we can expect from the service between now and the end of December.

Games coming to the vault

Mass Effect: Andromeda - You’re the Pathfinder, the leader of a squad of explorers, and it’s your job to find a home for humanity in the alien Andromeda Galaxy. Bring together a team of colourful characters, discover new worlds and unravel the ultimate secret at the heart of this strange new system.

Dead Space 3 - You awake on a space station to find yourself hunted by crazed cultists and deadly reanimated corpses – and it gets worse from there. Journey across the icy planet of Tau Volantis, overcoming the violent wilderness and an army of deadly enemies to save mankind from the impending apocalypse. Now the entire Dead Space collection is available on EA Access and Origin Access!

Early Access Trials

Need for Speed: Payback  - Divided by betrayal and reunited by revenge, you and your crew join forces to take down The House, a nefarious cartel that controls the city’s casinos, criminals and cops. Craft unique rides, escape the heat in epic police chases, and go head-to-head with other racers on- or off-road – all before launch for a full 10 hours.

Star Wars Battlefront II - Play a part in a gaming experience inspired by forty years of timeless Star Wars films: dominate in rich multiplayer battles across all three eras (prequel, classic and new trilogy) or rise as a new hero and discover an emotionally gripping single-player story. Blast into hyperspace before launch day. 

The Sims 4 - The smash-hit life sim is on its way to Xbox One! Create unique Sims, build their perfect home and help them pursue their dreams. It's up to you who your Sims will become and the direction their stories take, and you can start writing their stories before launch day.

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  1. It's an awesome service that just gets better and better.

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