EA has announced that it will be adding three new titles to its EA Access subscription service on Xbox One this month.
Kicking things off will be backward compatible Xbox 360 title Fight Night Champion on October 10th, 2018. This will be joined on the same day by Criterion’s recent remaster of its classic racer Burnout Paradise. Finally, another backward compatible title will be joining the Vault on October 17th with the addition of EA Montreal’s co-op shooter Army of Two.
As well as the above games, EA Access subscribers will be able to play Battlefield V from November 9th for 10 hours via a Play First Trial.
For those who are new to the service, an EA Access subscription grants access to the Vault, which contains a number of EA games, early trials for upcoming EA games, and a 10 percent discount on all digital EA games and DLC.
One month of EA Access will set Xbox One owners back $4.99 a month, or $29.99 for a whole year. A similar service is available on PC called Origin Access.