Here’s a Complete List of All 60+ EA Access Games

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When EA (Electronic Arts) Access, a.k.a. Origin Access, first started just last year, there were only a handful of games available – giving the program very little value for the price. Now, EA Access has over 60 games in their library and it looks like it may be worth it. And it isn’t just a library of games you get access to, but there are trials and early access to upcoming titles available for members, as well. As of right now, Battlefield 1 and FIFA ’17 are free to try for members.

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So, what’s in The Vault? Here is the list of games below:

  1. The Banner Saga
  2. Battlefield 3
  3. Battlefield 4
  4. Battlefield: Hardline
  5. Bejeweled 2
  6. Bejeweled 3
  7. Crusader: No Regret
  8. Crusader: No Remorse
  9. Crysis
  10. Crysis 2
  11. Crysis 3
  12. Dead Space
  13. Dead Space 2
  14. Dead Space 3
  15. Dragon Age: Origins
  16. Dragon Age 2
  17. Dragon Age: Inquisition
  18. Dungeons of Dredmore
  19. Feeding Frenzy
  20. Feeding Frenzy 2
  21. FIFA ’14
  22. FIFA ’15
  23. FIFA ’16
  24. Jade Empire
  25. Heavy Weapon
  26. Madden ’15
  27. Madden ’16
  28. Madden NFL 25
  29. Mass Effect
  30. Mass Effect 2
  31. Mass Effect 3
  32. Medal of Honor Allied Assault
  33. Mini Metro
  34. Mirror’s Edge
  35. Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst
  36. NBA Live ’15
  37. NBA Live ’16
  38. Need for Speed
  39. Need for Speed: Rivals
  40. NHL ’15
  41. NHL ’16
  42. Peggle
  43. Peggle 2
  44. Plants vs Zombies
  45. Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare
  46. Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2
  47. Rory McIlroy PGA Tour
  48. Sim City
  49. The Sims 3
  50. Sim City 2000
  51. SSX
  52. Star Wars Battlefront (Coming Soon – by the end of this year)
  53. Titanfall
  54. Tochlight II
  55. Trine
  56. Trine 2: Complete Story
  57. UFC
  58. UFC 2
  59. Unravel
  60. This War of Mine
  61. Zuma

Would you look at that? There are 61 games in the vault right now. You might be thinking, “Well, that’s great and all, but I’m probably going to play maybe half of these games.” Sure, and that is totally your call. Still, if you want to play even just a few of those games, it’s pretty hard to beat $4.99 a month. Or, if you spend $29.99 for a year-long subscription – that is less than $3.00 a month. If you’re still worried about the price – keep on the look out for sales, especially this holiday season. You never know, the membership may get a discount!

What do you think of EA Access? Do you have it? If so, what do you think? Let us know in the comments below!

Hoi Duong1729 Posts

Hoi is an elusive figure at DFTG, whose favorite past-times include chillin' in the Fade, reading manga, watching anime, collecting novelty items, and gaming.

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