Battlefield 1 Added to EA and Origin Access

Yolanda Curtis
August 10, 2017

Battlefield 1 launched last October and was a smashing success for the publisher.

Previously announced by EA without a particular release date, Battlefield 1 comes to both services less than a year since it was released.

EA Access and Origin Access, EA's all-you-can-play subscription services for the Xbox One and PC respectively, has added Battlefield 1 to the ever growing game Vault. I don't think EA has made any official announcement yet, but if you check out the official page on Origin, you will find that the shooter is indeed ready for subscribers. Currently, EA Access claims to bolster over 45 games whereas Origin Access has over 75 and counting.

You can subscribe to either Origin Access or EA Access for £19.99 a year, or £3.99 a month. Meanwhile, Origin Access has classic titles dating back to the 90s, like Wing Commander.

The full Battlefield 1 experience is available to download from EA/Origin Access minus the DLC expansions. Madden NFL 18 and Federation Internationale de Football Association 18 will be getting full game trials over the next few weeks, and you'll also be able to play Star Wars: Battlefront II earlier than anyone else.

EA Access is a service exclusive to the Xbox One, which grants subscribers a number of perks including discounts on EA titles, early access and trial periods for upcoming and new releases, and, of course, access to the Vault.

Get EA Access now. It's a pretty good deal - you get early access to new EA games and the Vault has loads of great games to download and play.

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