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EA Announces Subscription Service for Xbox One

Posted on Tuesday, July 29 @ 13:00:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
Electronic Arts is getting into the subscription business with a service not unlike PlayStation Plus. It's called EA Access and provides Xbox One gamers with an array of EA-published titles at the price of $4.99 per month, or $29.99 for the year.
 

The games that will initially be available include FIFA 14Battlefield 4Madden NFL 25, and Peggle 2. Naturally, EA plans to add more titles to this list as time goes on. 

On top to that, EA Access members will get 10% off all EA-published digital content, including both full games and DLC. Subscribers will also get early access trials to certain games several days ahead of their release. Oh yeah, and your save data will carry over to the final game should you choose to purchase it. 

For more on EA Access, check out the service's official page.
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