EA Access, the publisher's Netflixian games program that gives players access to a multitude of the publisher's library for a monthly subscription fee of $5 (or $30 for a year's subscription), will once again be free during E3 week, announced the face of the company, Patrick Söderlund, on stage today at EA Play.
From today and running until June 18th, the program's full array of free trials and full games, including several backwards compatible games, will be available to anyone with an Xbox Live Gold membership. Full games include the likes of Mirror's Edge Catalyst, Titanfall, and Dragon Age: Inquisition. Also included are timed trials of some of their newest games like Mass Effect: Andromeda and Battlefield 1.
For the full list of included titles, check out the EA Access website. To try the program yourself, download the app on Xbox One now.
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