It’s the summertime and EA is looking to make sure that subscribers to EA Access have plenty to play. Recently the publisher announced that both Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2 will be coming to EA Access at an undisclosed date. Both games launch in the later holiday season of 2016 and both were highly regarded.
At the time Battlefield 1 purchasers were able to take advantage of the EA Access discount for digitally purchasing the game, as well as provided a 10-hour preview to the game prior to purchasing. Respawn Entertainment sequel to this generation’s entrant shooter, Titanfall 2, opted out of the EA Access discount completely. Instead, Titanfall 2 vowed for free map DLC rather than purchased DLC.
EA also announced trials to their sports line-ups: Madden 18, FIFA 18, NHL 18 and NBA Live 18.
While there were no dates given for any of the new information, it did indicate this should all take place between July and September of 2017.