news\ Jul 7, 2017 at 1:51 pm

Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2 and more coming to EA Access

Trials and games heading to EA/Origin Access.

EA Access and Origin Access subscribers can look forward to some new games heading to the subscription-based game service over the next two months. Both EA and Origin Access subscribers can look forward to the addition of two games and one trial, while EA Access member will be getting those two games and a trial, plus an additional three trials.

Coming to Origin Access and EA Access (as per EA's wording, minus some fluff):

  • Battlefield 1: Battlefield 1 takes you back to the days of The Great War, WWI, where armies on horseback, massive tanks, and warplanes collided. See every corner of a world at war, join massive multiplayer battles and fight in totally destructible environments where no battle is ever the same.
  • Titanfall 2: Call down your Titan and get ready for an exhilarating first-person shooter adventure. Drop into a fresh single-player campaign that explores the bond between a Pilot and his behemoth Titan companion, or blast your way through the kinetic multiplayer mode where speed means everything.
  • FIFA 18 Play First Trial: Go on a global tour in The Journey: Alex Hunter Returns or dive into the stunning multiplayer before the game's official launch.

Also coming to EA Access (Xbox One):

  • Madden NFL 18 Play First Trial: Choose from three new Play Styles or play the best real world match-ups each week in Play Now Live.
  • NHL 18 Play First Trial: Play the arcade-inspired 3-on-3 NHL THREES mode, or create your own custom team with the new Expansion Draft. 
  • NBA LIVE 18 Play First Trial: Take on THE ONE, an all-new, dynamic career experience centered on your player, your choices and your legacy. 

These games and trials will be heading to the service between July and September of this year.

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