Earlier last month EA introduced a new subscription service on the Xbox One called EA Access, allowing users to grab a number of EA games for the price of a paid subscription, and even grab a number of trails for games yet to be released, and discount that aren’t included in the vault.

When they launched EA Access allowed users to download Battlefield 4, FIFA 14, Peggle 2 and Madden NFL 25 for the price of a £20 yearly subscription, and now the service is making it even more viable with the upcoming addition of Need for Speed: Rivals to that list, allowing users to grab the car game for free in the next few weeks.

Alongside that EA will be launching trails for both FIFA 15 and NFL 15 as part of the service later this month, allowing users to play six hours of each game five days before their release date.

NFL 15 will be the first to launch, coming to the service this Thursday, after which users can buy the game with 10% off and get their achievements and progress carried over.

And that’s still not all, as EA also announced that EA Access will be rolling out to 19 additional locations in September including Brazil, Netherlands, UAE and Nordic countries.

You can find out more about the service and the updates at the source link below.

Source: EA

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