Earlier today, we reported that Microsoft had referred to EA's new gaming subscription service as a "game-changer." EA Access was announced exclusive to Xbox One last month, offering unlimited gameplay for a range of EA titles for $4.99 a month, or $29.99 if you pay for a full year's subscription up front. Today, EA announced that the beta period has ended and now anyone can sign up for the service.
As we reported previously, EA has confirmed that any games that it adds to the 'Vault,' the collection of games available under EA Access subscriptions, will be permanent additions, allowing it to grow into a much larger library of games for unlimited play over time.
EA Access is exclusive to the latest Xbox One console, and is unlikely to be available on the PlayStation 4, given that Sony has ridiculed the subscription gaming service as offering poor value.
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