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EA Access goes free for Xbox Live Gold members this week

Along with all of the gaming goodies coming out of E3 2017 this week, Microsoft and EA are giving Xbox Live Gold members some freebies to check out as well. EA Access is going free this week for Xbox Live Gold subscribers, giving them a taste of the service's entire on-demand catalog.

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EA Access typically fetches a $5 per month fee for access to a back catalog of a ton of EA games. Games include (opens in new tab) the likes of Dragon Age: Inquisition, Titanfall, Unravel, and Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2. EA Access also comes with other perks like early access trials for new games, along with discounts on digital purchases.

If you're a particularly big fan of EA's big franchises, then EA Access isn't a bad deal overall. Xbox Live Gold members can take advantage of the free week by grabbing the EA Access app on Xbox One now. And if EA Access isn't your thing, don't forget that Gears of War 4 is also offering a 10-hour trial through June 15.

See EA Access at the Xbox Store (opens in new tab)

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6 Comments
  • Haaa eso debería ser parte del gold. 😏
  • I didn't renew my sub that just expired but I will deffo get the yearly package again when I have time to play games at some point. Assuming it doesn't go up in price
  • It says there's a cost... Is it just like we are subscribed for a week?
  • Yeah, it's just a 1 week trial... It's the classic "crack dealer" model, first hit's free.
  • Is the 360 people left out of this incredible deal?!! 
  • very nice ill take it