EA reveals Dante's Inferno for Xbox backward compatibility, more games for EA Access [updated]
Dante's Inferno is joining backward compatibility very soon.
Leaks don't just happen around E3. Today, it looks like EA preemptively revealed another game coming to backward compatibility soon. According to the EA Access website, Dante's Inferno will be joining the service in the next few months. Considering that the game is an Xbox 360 experience, it'll become backward compatible then too.
July 19, 2018: Dante's Inferno is now available for free to EA Access subscribers.
Aside from announcing Dante's Inferno for EA Access, the company revealed that Burnout Paradise Remastered, Fe, FIFA 18, and The Sims 4 would join The Vault. The Vault gives you subscribers unlimited access to a collection of games as part of their EA Access membership.
The post detailing the upcoming games and changes to the service can be found below.
Aside from Dante's Inferno and other games joining The Vault, we're also excited about the remote game install feature. Many Xbox One owners have been asking EA Access to implement this for years now, and it looks like it's finally happening in the next few months.
Dante's Inferno is a 2010 action video game developed by the now-closed Visceral Games. Based on the immensely influential classic poem, Dante's Inferno takes you on an epic quest of vengeance and redemption through the Nine Circles of Hell. You are Dante, a veteran of the Crusades who must chase his beloved Beatrice and try to free her soul from Lucifer's grasp. As your pursuit takes you deeper into the pits of Hell, you must battle ever more fierce and hideous monsters, while also facing your own sins, a dark family past, and your unforgivable war crimes.
- See Dante's Inferno at Amazon (opens in new tab)
- See Dante's Inferno at Microsoft Store (opens in new tab)
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EA Access is awesome 👍 Just received this news via mail. Great stuff for 35 euro a year.
Looks like I'll be playing through Burnout Paradise again, awesome.