Battlefield 1 launched last October and was a smashing success for the publisher. The titles that will be available for free to subscribers of both services are Titanfall 2 and Battlefield 1.
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. You can also pick up the game on PS4. Currently, EA Access claims to bolster over 45 games whereas Origin Access has over 75 and counting.
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Towards the beginning of July, EA outlined their plans for EA and Origin Access. On top of that, there's even access to old-school gems like Wing Commander and Ultima as well.
The full Battlefield 1 experience is available to download from EA/Origin Access minus the DLC expansions. Other DICE games also aren't strangers to this either, with Star Wars Battlefront and both Mirrors Edge games also on the service.
EA Access/Origin Access is $4.99 a month/$29.99 a year and brings access to a number of EA published games, as well as a 10% discount on EA purchases.
Battlefield 1's arrival to EA Access doesn't come as a surprise, with EA announcing that both the WWII shooter, and Respawn Entertainment's Titanfall 2 would be added to the vault just last month.
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