Published: Sat, July 08, 2017
Industry | By Dora Warner

Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2 are joining EA Access

Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2 are joining EA Access

EA and Origin Access is looking like a huge bargain.

News that the two games would be added to both Access formats came today after EA Games announced the addition and tweeted out that they'd be adding them soon, though they didn't give an exact date as to when players could expect them to be available.

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Battlefield 1 takes you back to the days of The Great War, WWI, where armies on horseback, massive tanks, and warplanes collided.

On top of access to these games and more in the "Vault", EA Access and Origin Access both include a 10% discount on all EA digital purchases and early trials for brand new games. Titanfall 2 was originally excluded from EA Access at launch, leading to speculation that it wouldn't be available free in the vault in the future, which is obviously now not the case.

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Aside from the full games being added to the subscription service, a couple of other big-name titles were also featured in the announcement, some of them involving advance trials of games and some including DLC for existing games. Star Wars: Battlefront has been free on EA Access for months now but its expansions are coming to the service soon. The base game has already been available on both programs since a year ago, so the inclusion of all the expansions will surely be a good time to start replaying the game again. The complete list of games now available and soon arriving for the programs are seen here.

The EA Access service just seems to get better and better.

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