Andromeda And Dead Space 3 Coming To EA And Origin Access

Yolanda Curtis
October 12, 2017

EA Access is available for Xbox One owners with an active subscription, while Origin Access is the equivalent service for PC users on Origin.

Andromeda's addition doesn't look good for a game that was released less than seven months ago. Dead Space 3 is, of course, the backward compatible successor to Dead Space and Dead Space 2, both of which are already in the Vault and playable on Xbox One. Not only has the game been patched up but now it is also heading to EA Access and Origin Access as part of the vault, meaning you can play through the game at a much lower price. It is unknown the exact date and what the content will include. Since then the game has changed its developer and plans for the franchise.

Andromeda was roundly condemned and mocked on its release, partly because of its numerous bugs and weird facial animations. Top of the pile is Star Wars: Battlefront 2, followed by a 10-hour pre-launch Play First Trial of Need for Speed: Payback.

KitGuru Says: Games tend to hit the Access Vault around nine months after release but that timing seems to have been accelerated for Andromeda. If you're unsure about buying anyone of these games but have an Access account, be sure hit up those trials in the coming weeks.

Subscribers will also be getting "Play first" trials for Need for Speed Payback and Star Wars Battlefront II, giving them a chance to give these games a go before dropping full price on them.

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