FIFA 16 will be added to EA Access and Origin Access’ vaults on April 19, according to Electronic Arts. The game going to the vault means subscribers will get access to the entirety of the game and will be able to play it as if they owned the game as long as they keep their subscription going.
The announcement continues a period of time when the vault has seen quite a few additions. Dead Space was added to the EA Access Vault on April 5 and NHL 16 was added just a few weeks ago. Madden 16 was added at the beginning of February. This flurry of additions actually cuts into a long time period where there were very few games being added.
FIFA 16 comes to the subscription service just seven months after it was first released. In addition to the full game, subscribers are able to unlock all of the game’s achievements and will be able to purchase Ultimate Team packs for 10 percent off the regular price. Of course, the one downside to this news is that if you decide at any time to cancel your EA Access account you will no longer have access to this game. The subscription service costs $4.99 a month and users can also purchase a one year subscription up front for $29.99.