During EA’s section on the stage of Microsoft’s E3 press conference, details on their Xbox Exclusive EA Access were revealed.
First up, Madden 16 is set to be coming to EA Access subscribers on August 20th, 5 days before the normal release of the game to everyone else.
It was also revealed that EA Access subscribers will also be getting the same early access advantage on all other EA games coming out this year such as Need for Speed and Fifa 16. If that wasn’t enough, EA Access subscribers will also have unlimited access to the EA Vault.
To add in a ton more value for money, Titanfall is hitting EA Access this week and by the end of the summer subscribers will be able to play Dragon Age: Inquisition too. No official date has yet been given for Dragon Age’s debut on the subscription service.
To round things off EA’s Peter Moore revealed that for the remainder of the E3 week, all Xbox Live Gold members will have be able to play games from the EA Access Vault for free. Have a quick one week trial, play some Titanfall and enjoy cheap game.