All game content is available.
While there was some doubt as to just how cost effect the EA Access program was when it launched, getting early access to Star Wars: Battlefront is just one of the reasons the program has gotten quite a bit more popular over the last few months. For those who don’t know, EA Access is an Xbox One exclusive program that allows users early access to a ton of new EA published games.
Star Wars: Battlefront is the latest that is giving users 10 hours of play of the game days before the rest of the world is able to get its collective hands on the title. The early access will begin on November 12 and users will be able to rack up 10 hours of playtime of the game. This isn’t a demo, as EA has said the entire game, single player and multiplayer will be open for this time period. Players should be warned that the clock on the 10 hours starts from when you enter the menu screen. It is also counting down while you are waiting for a multiplayer game online to start up.
The fact that the entire game will be available, as announced on EA’s Twitter account is something that hasn’t been the case with all games on EA Access. Once you have exhausted your 10 hours on Battlefront and don’t know what to play next, EA did just announce that Battlefield: Hardline has been added to the vault. Any games in the vault are free for EA Access members to play. Star Wars: Battlefront launches on November 17, 2015.