In its second year, it appears EA Access is hitting its stride.
While most of the press surrounding the Microsoft E3 2015 press conference has centered around the Xbox One’s pending backwards compatibility, there was some good news for EA Access users as well. Now in it’s second year, it appears the program is going to be offering better value than it was able to give in its first.
It had been previously reported that EA Access members would get unlimited access to the vault, giving them the ability to play games like Titanfall and Dragon Age: Inquisition for free. They will also be getting access to Madden 16 five days early.
The same preview status is being given to games like Need for Speed and Fifa 16. All in all, it seems as though the program is going to be looking to offer customers better value than when it first launched. Considering how much fire EA took, especially in regards to the free previews last year, the company has to be hoping fans will continue to warm up to it.