Electronic Arts announced today that FIFA 17 will be added to the Vault for both EA Access and Origin Access on April 21.
The company also announced Dragon Age: Origins, the first game in the Dragon Age franchise, would be coming to EA Access in the spring. The game has been available on Origin Access since its launch in January 2016. All three Dragon Age titles are available on Origin Access for PC, while the Xbox One counterpart only had Dragon Age: Inquisition before this announcement.
The 2007 World War II first-person shooter Medal of Honor: Airborne will join the EA Access Vault in the spring as well. Origin Access is adding four games over the next few months, including Command & Conquer: The Ultimate Collection, Pony Island, Hacknet, and Orwell. The last three titles are indie titles not published by EA, while the EA-published Command & Conquer: The Ultimate Collection contains 10 games and seven expansions from the franchise.
EA Access is only available on Xbox One, and Origin Access only on PC. Both programs offer an unlimited access of games from the Vault for $4.99 per month or $29.99 per year, alongside first trials of upcoming games and a 10% off discount on EA digital titles and DLC.