EA's CEO has said that the company's Access gaming subscription service - which launched exclusively on the Xbox One in August - has been a success, growing "well beyond early expectations".
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EA has announced that its subscription gaming service - offering unlimited gameplay on a range of titles - is now out of beta, and is available for all Xbox One owners for $4.99/month or $29.99/year.
Microsoft says that EA Access - the subscription gaming service from EA, offering unlimited access to a range of games for $4.99 a month, exclusively on the Xbox One - is "very much a game-changer."
EA has said that any games added to its subscription gaming service - which offers unlimited gameplay on a range of titles - will be permanent, growing into a much larger library of games over time.