EA announced many huge things during their 2016 E3 press conference today. One fairly noteworthy news item that slipped between the cracks was that EA Access is free for all Xbox One users until June 22. EA Access is easily the best overall value in gaming, with a stellar lineup of games available to play for as long as you’re a member of the service. Among the highlights in the Vualt are Titanfall, EA Sports UFC, Madden NFL 16, FIFA 16, Rory McIlry PGA Tour, NHL 16, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Dragon Age Inquisition, Dead Space, Peggle 2, Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare, and Need For Speed Rivals.
Now, anyone with an Xbox One can enjoy the service free of charge for ten days – so if you’re a new owner, you’ll instantly have a ton of games to enjoy and at only $5 a month or $30 per year, EA Access is a no-brainer for anyone looking to play a wide variety of games and not break the bank in the process. The extended trial versions of upcoming games are another treat, and with demos and other free ways to enjoy a game becoming harder to come by, they play a key role in determining whether a game feels right for a player or not.