Battlefield 1 Makes Its Way To EA And Origin Access

Earlier this summer, Electronic Arts confirmed that two of its bigger titles for last year’s [...]


Earlier this summer, Electronic Arts confirmed that two of its bigger titles for last year's holiday season would be making their way to their EA Access (for Xbox One) and Origin Access (for PC) programs – Titanfall 2 and Battlefield 1. Last month saw the debut of Titanfall 2 on the programs, introducing players to the hit shooter that features a stellar single player mode, as well as the multiplayer we've come to expect from Respawn Entertainment. Now? It's DICE's turn to shine.

The publisher has announced that Battlefield 1 has finally made its way to both EA Access and Origin Access. The full game is available to subscribers, so they can check out the single player mode, which spans across multiple characters in the World War I era, as well as the signature multiplayer that we've come to expect from the Battlefield universe – so, of course, players are going to love it.

The full game should be available for download within the EA Vault, as it's recently been added as of this morning. Go ahead and get to downloading, and then enjoy the game just as millions of players have been doing over the past few months.

For those of you that haven't joined EA Access or Origin Access just yet, it's a pretty good deal. The service will run you $4.99 a month, or you can go ahead and pay $29.99 for the yearly access fee. It gives you access to tons of games in the Vault, including Star Wars: Battlefront and all its respective DLC; Mirror's Edge Catalyst, Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 and a handful of other favorites across both platforms. Plus, you'll also score 10 percent discounts on full purchases, and gain access to full game trials. Madden NFL 18 and FIFA 18 will be getting full game trials over the next few weeks, and you'll also be able to play Star Wars: Battlefront II earlier than anyone else.

So if Battlefield 1 wasn't enough of an excuse to get the Origin/EA Access for your device of choice – and, for that matter, Titanfall 2 – then the benefits should certainly draw you in. Check it out!