EA Access Will Enable Xbox One Owners To Play Star Wars Battlefront First
Star Wars Battlefront is widely considered to be one of the most anticipated games of 2015. With that in mind, EA may have made one of the most compelling cases for picking up an EA Access subscription yet, as head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, confirmed that the shooter will be made available to EA Access subscribers on Xbox One before launch.
Players can pick up an EA Access subscription for $4.99 a month or $29.99 for the entire year. In addition to giving players the ability to play games from EA before launch, the subscription also grants a 10% discount on all digital purchases of EA games on Xbox One, as well as unlimited access to several games in EA's Vault. As of now, the service is exclusive to Xbox One.
Star Wars Battlefront hits PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC for everyone on November 17. If you'd like to check out our impressions of the game from when we played it at E3, you can head to our preview here.
EA has continued to make its case for picking up a subscription to EA Access. While unlimited access to an ever-expanding library featuring titles like Titanfall and Dragon Age: Inquisition likely does a decent job of pushing people towards subscribing, it's opportunities like this one that have the most potential to bring in the real numbers. Even if it's only for a month, it would be surprising if the numbers of EA Access don't spike a little this holiday season.