Revisit your old friends.
Yesterday was N7 day and EA revealed lots of new information about Mass Effect: Andromeda. It was also revealed that Mass Effect 2 and 3 are now available to play via the Xbox One’s backwards compatibility feature. Those of you with an EA Access subscription will also be pleased to learn the trilogy is now available to play there.
EA Access is a subscription-based gaming service which allows players to play through EA’s vast library of games. The service is available for PC and the Xbox One, though so far it’s not on PlayStation. It’s actually very cheap at only $4.99 a month, that’s roughly only $0.16 a day.
EA Access’ Vault also includes many other big titles such as Dragon Age: Inquisition, Plants VS Zombies, and Battlefield: Hardline. If you’re pumped for Mass Effect: Andromeda, then why not play through the first three games again?