Madden 17 Joining EA Access' Free Games Vault, As Origin Access Adds Three More

Meanwhile, there's news on the Origin Access front.


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EA Access members will soon have another game to play for free on Xbox One, while Origin Access members now have three more.

Madden 17 will be added to the EA Access Vault on February 24, EA announced on Twitter today. Starting on that day, Access subscribers can play the full version of the game for as long as their subscription remains active.

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Access to Vault games is the primary benefit of being an EA Access member. Other perks include discounts on digital EA games and DLC, as well as early access to most upcoming EA games. That includes Mass Effect: Andromeda.

EA also today announced some news regarding Origin Access, the PC equivalent of EA Access. From now until March 7, it's offering a free, seven-day trial of the service.

Additionally, as noted by GamesBeat, EA has introduced a $30-per-year option for subscribing, similar to what's available for EA Access. Previously, the only option was to pay $5 per month (which is also an option for EA Access).

Origin Access has also added a trio of new games to its Vault: Furi, The Saboteur, and Aragami are all now playable for free.

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