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3 comments by Kark-Jocke on Jul 30th, 2014

EA offers a subscription service for Xbox One

Business models in which consumers can subscribe to entertainment has been a noticeable progress in recent years, even in the games industry. Just the other day could Electronic Arts announce their abonneringstjeneste, who goes by the name EA Access.

Via EA Access can access some of gigantutgiverens biggest titles, for a monthly fee of five dollars a month (or through an annual subscription for $ 29). By subscribing to the service get access to the EA called The Vault, which contains a collection of EA's titles. Under the service's beta players will take on four known titles from EA directory, namely FIFA 14, Madden NFL 25, Peggle 2 and Battlefield 4, all Xbox One.


EA Access program is exclusively for Microsoft's latest console, which can be regarded as a surprise considering that the games it publishes most often released for multiple consoles. Whether EA Access service comes to other platforms later, such as EA's own PC client Origin, is currently unknown.


One Xbox owners who love EA games can certainly look forward to take advantage of the company abonneringstjeneste in the near future. In addition to the games that are available through The Vault, everyone who subscribes to the service 10% discount on any purchase of EA products on Xbox Live, as well as the ability to play trial versions of certain EA games up to five days before they are launched. When it comes to games that are available in their entirety in The Vault, the amount of time each product is playable vary.

EA has not given any more specific release date for EA Access

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cordenand
cordenand Jul 13 2014, 9:13am says:

Trash, Hard Line will be no better.

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Muntaqim_313
Muntaqim_313 Aug 3 2014, 2:45am replied:

"Fool me once, shame on... uh... shame on you. Fool me, I can't get fooled again."

George Walker Bush

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Reid1991
Reid1991 Mar 17 2014, 1:00pm says:

BF2 more better..

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Muntaqim_313
Muntaqim_313 May 27 2014, 2:22am replied:

Damn straight.

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ℱℓσℊℊℯɾ✈
ℱℓσℊℊℯɾ✈ Feb 26 2014, 5:54pm says:

I want my old Battlefield back...My old bots and my modding tools back ! Oh dear BF-2 How I still play you....

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rauzy
rauzy May 15 2014, 12:49am replied:

nem pra ter um mod com bots , que bosta né ?

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RavenTheKiller
RavenTheKiller Mar 25 2014, 4:54am replied:

Why?What's wrong with BF4 and BF3?
They're awesome games too.

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ℱℓσℊℊℯɾ✈
ℱℓσℊℊℯɾ✈ Apr 3 2014, 2:57pm replied:

I am not saying that they aren't great..but this is not the way a BF game should be...it has lost a lot of it's uniqueness in SP terms IMO and it lost the modding tools ._.

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stojan44
stojan44 Jul 10 2014, 5:28pm replied:

Well then go play battlefield 2 and stop whining.

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Muntaqim_313
Muntaqim_313 Feb 24 2014, 7:25pm says:

Dima convinced Blackburn to shoot Cole, by telling him "If you don't shoot him, millions will die". Some claim that he lied only to get Blackburn to shoot Cole, since only 80,000 were killed in Paris. But Dima would have been right if the US government believed Blackburn. Millions would die in a war between Russia and the US (as we may see very soon).

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