FIFA 17 Coming to EA Access This Month; Dragon Age: Origins to Follow

FIFA 17 will also be arriving on Origin Access, and it will be followed by the entry of Dragon Age: Origins and Medal of Honor: Airborne on EA Access

EA has revealed that it will be adding more titles to the EA Access Vault on Xbox One. The first to arrive will be FIFA 17, which was released in September last year.

The game will be available on EA Access from this month. FIFA 17 will also be available on Origin Access, the` PC counterpart of EA Access. FIFA 17 will be the 45th game to join the EA Access collection.

This will be followed by the arrival of two backwards compatible Xbox 360 games this spring: Dragon Age: Origins and Medal of Honor: Airborne. The specific dates for those haven’t been announced yet, and it can be expected to arrive before June this year.

Fifa 17, EA Access, Origin Access, Medal of Honor: Airborne, Dragon Age: OriginsThe entry of Bioware’s Dragon Age: Origins will make Dragon Age 2 the only title from the series not available on EA’s Access Vault. Dragon Age: Inquisition, which was released in 2014, has already been made available on the Access Vault.

EA Access, available on Xbox One, charges users with $4.99 for a monthly subscription. The annual subscription cost is $29.99. Subscribers will have unlimited access to digital copies of all the games listed in its library. There is also a discount of 10% on all the digital purchases made through the Vault.
via Eurogamer

Author: Akhil Unnikrishnan

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