Battlefield 1 And Titanfall 2 Being Added To EA And Origin Access

Two more games will soon be joining the growing list of games that subscribers to the Xbox One's [...]

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Two more games will soon be joining the growing list of games that subscribers to the Xbox One's EA Access and PC's Origin Access services can take advantage of. Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2, two shooters that did pretty well with fans after their 2016 release, will be joining the subscription-based service soon.

News that the two games would be added to both Access formats came today after EA Games announced the addition and tweeted out that they'd be adding them soon, though they didn't give an exact date as to when players could expect them to be available.

Aside from the full games being added to the subscription service, a couple of other big-name titles were also featured in the announcement, some of them involving advance trials of games and some including DLC for existing games.

Right now, subscribers to both the services have been granted access to the expansions for Star Wars Battlefront, DLCs that include the Outer Rim, Bespin, Death Star and Rogue One: Scarif expansions. With the addition of all of these, players can now use every hero and villain in the game on every map that's currently available.

In addition to Titanfall 2 and Battlefield 1 coming to both services, an early trial of FIFA 18 will also be available in time, though similar to the main two games being added to the services, there's no date attached to that early play opportunity.

Beyond those main games, the services split off into two more lists of three games each that'll be split between the services soon. Those who subscribe to EA Access will be getting a couple more early trials of upcoming sports games: Madden NFL 18, NHL 18, and NBA Live 18 are three additional games that Xbox One users can try before release. For PC users, they'll have access to The Sims 4 Digital Deluxe Edition, Oxenfree, and Rebel Galaxy through the Origin Access program.

If you're not familiar with these two subscription services or are not yet a member, you can pay a monthly or yearly fee to get access to whatever games they add to the library for either $4.99 a month or $29.99 a year. You can check out more about the EA Access and Origin Access services through their respective sites.