Xbox One owners who are also paid subscribers to the EA Access service will see another game enter The Vault on March 29. That's when NHL 16, the latest entry in the pro hockey series from Electronic Arts, becomes available to play for free for EA Access members.

EA revealed the game and date on Twitter. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the game, here's a quick description:

"Built with more input from our fans than ever before, NHL 16 steps onto the ice to deliver new features across the most played single player and team modes, including a reimagined EA SPORTS Hockey League. Combined with new gameplay balance and innovation at every position and an unrivalled game day authenticity, NHL 16 puts you into the heart of a team, where you play together and win together."

EA Access costs $4.99 a month or $29.99 a year for Xbox One owners and also includes many other full older EA games that can be played for the price of the subscription, along with a 10% discount to purchase full digital EA games and DLC packs. It also offers free trials of upcoming EA games.

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