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EA has a beautiful summer gift for players hoping to play as much as possible this season. PC players with a subscription to Origin Access and Xbox One players with EA Access will receive the company’s top shooters and sports titles between now and September.

The first addition is already live. Right now, players with Origin Access and EA Access can play every expansion from Star Wars Battlefront, which includes Outer Rim, Bespin, Death Star, and Rogue One: Scarif. All currently available game modes, maps, and playable characters will be unlocked for intense Star Wars action across all four expansions. EA revealed new characters like Rey and Kylo Ren and maps for the upcoming Star Wars Battlefront II during its E3 press conference, which makes this Access season a great time to catch up before the new game arrives.

Future additions to the Vaults are equally exciting, but still undated. Access members on both platforms will also receive WWI shooter Battlefield 1, sci-fi shooter Titanfall 2 as part of the Vault, as well as a chance to play FIFA 18 ahead of launch. Origin Access’ PC subscribers will additionally get The Sims 4 Digital Deluxe Edition, creature feature Oxenfree, and space adventure Rebel Galaxy. Xbox One players with EA Access will be also get to play Madden NFL 18, NHL 18, and NBA LIVE 18 early with Play First trials.

All the Vault titles are free to play at any time, while the Play First trials are limited to a specific window. Subscriptions to EA and Origins Access both start at $4.99 per month or $29.99 per year, with added bonuses apart from game downloads, including a 10 percent discount on EA digital purchases.

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The latest games joining EA and Origin Access are hugely impressive

Pretty much every big EA release of 2016 will be added to the Vault this summer.

By Evan Slead | 07/7/2017 11:45 AM PT | Updated 07/7/2017 02:23 PM PT

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EA has a beautiful summer gift for players hoping to play as much as possible this season. PC players with a subscription to Origin Access and Xbox One players with EA Access will receive the company’s top shooters and sports titles between now and September.

The first addition is already live. Right now, players with Origin Access and EA Access can play every expansion from Star Wars Battlefront, which includes Outer Rim, Bespin, Death Star, and Rogue One: Scarif. All currently available game modes, maps, and playable characters will be unlocked for intense Star Wars action across all four expansions. EA revealed new characters like Rey and Kylo Ren and maps for the upcoming Star Wars Battlefront II during its E3 press conference, which makes this Access season a great time to catch up before the new game arrives.

Future additions to the Vaults are equally exciting, but still undated. Access members on both platforms will also receive WWI shooter Battlefield 1, sci-fi shooter Titanfall 2 as part of the Vault, as well as a chance to play FIFA 18 ahead of launch. Origin Access’ PC subscribers will additionally get The Sims 4 Digital Deluxe Edition, creature feature Oxenfree, and space adventure Rebel Galaxy. Xbox One players with EA Access will be also get to play Madden NFL 18, NHL 18, and NBA LIVE 18 early with Play First trials.

All the Vault titles are free to play at any time, while the Play First trials are limited to a specific window. Subscriptions to EA and Origins Access both start at $4.99 per month or $29.99 per year, with added bonuses apart from game downloads, including a 10 percent discount on EA digital purchases.

Read More

Source: EA



About Evan Slead

view all posts

Evan has been loving games since he could hold a controller. When not replaying Megaman X or Castlevania: Symphony of the Night for the 100th time, he also has been writing about entertainment, from horror movie reviews for Bloody Good Horror to TV recaps and general news for Entertainment Weekly, and now all things gaming. Say hello on Twitter at @EvanSlead.