Andromeda and Dead Space 3 Coming To The EA Access Vault

James Marshall
Октября 12, 2017

At some stage between now and the end of the year, EA will be adding the space-faring game to the collection of titles EA Access and Origin Access subscribers can play for free without limits.

Since its debut a few years back, EA Access on Xbox One (and Origin Access on PC) have provided gamers the chance to check out EA's extensive backlog of games and the chance to demo several of the company's upcoming titles, with EA providing a look into what's in store over the next three months for the subscription service. This "soon" actually covers any point between October and December, so don't leave this page thinking that we will be getting these games tomorrow!

In addition, subscribers on both platforms will receive Play First Trials for Star Wars Battlefront II and Need for Speed: Payback, while those on EA Access will receive a Play First Trial for The Sims 4.

To start, as mentioned before, the full version of Mass Effect: Andromeda will be made on both EA and Origin Access. Bring together a team of colorful characters, discover new worlds and unravel the ultimate secret at the heart of this odd new system. Blast into hyperspace before launch day. 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. Previous Play First Trials let players keep their save data so they can continue where they left off, so the fact that Battlefront 2 has a proper single-player mode this time should help. 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.

Despite what EA might do wrong with their many of their business decisions (Star Wars Battlefront II is just the latest example of loot boxes encroaching still on gameplay), EA and Origin Access has been a pretty solid service for the most part.

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