Play both games a week earlier than their official release dates.
EA has announced that some of its biggest upcoming titles like Star Wars: Battlefront and Need for Speed will be available on EA Access seven days ahead of their worldwide release dates. The news was confirmed on Xbox’s official Twitter.
Of course, these are only trial versions which will likely give you a certain amount of time to play and experience as much content as possible. After this, players will have the chance to carry their progress forward when they purchase the game. The same practice has been seen for games like Dragon Age: Inquisition, Battlefield: Hardline and more.
To make things even sweeter for those who want to sign up for EA Access, Battlefield: Hardline will be entering the Vault in November. This means it’ll be yours to play forever, provided you have an active subscription.
EA Access is currently limited to the Xbox One and costs $5 per month and $30 for a full year. Star Wars: Battlefront is available from November 17th onwards while Need for Speed releases from November 3rd onwards.