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Battlefield 1 Makes Its Way To EA And Origin Access

Battlefield 1 Makes Its Way To EA And Origin Access

The list of AAA titles in the Access vault just keeps on growing.

However, DICE and Electronic Arts recently launched a week-long Premium Trials event that allowed non-DLC owners to try out all the DLC maps and modes with friends who purchased the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass.

Previously announced by EA without a particular release date, Battlefield 1 comes to both services less than a year since it was released.

EA and Origin Access are two separate subscription services from Electronic Arts for the Xbox One and PC respectively.

Battlefield 1 was one of the top-selling shooters of 2016 and earned a strong 87 Metacritic review score aggregate thanks in large part to the rarely used World War I setting. Xbox One subscribers can find that version in the EA Access app. DLC also isn't going to be coming with very many of these games either, so that would be an additional cost should that be something of interest.

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Battlefield 1 isn't the only game in from the series to be included in the service either. Meanwhile, Origin Access has classic titles dating back to the 90s, like Wing Commander.

EA Access and Origin Access are about to get a big push this week, as Titanfall 2 and Battlefield 1 have officially joined the vault.

KitGuru Says: If you happen to be a patient gamer that doesn't buy new games on release, then Origin and EA Access are pretty great value. Madden NFL 18 and Federation Internationale de Football Association 18 will be getting full game trials over the next few weeks, and you'll also be able to play Star Wars: Battlefront II earlier than anyone else.

Neither EA Access nor Origin Access is available on the PlayStation 4.