Electronic Arts has announced that it will start offering Xbox 360 backwards compatible titles on its EA Access subscription service for the Xbox One. The first game to be available in the Vault is the original Plants vs. Zombies, with more titles set to be added in due course of time.
@TheJonnyBeans We'll be rolling out more back compat games as they're made available on Xbox One - stay tuned.— EA Access (@EAAccess) March 1, 2016
With a constantly growing library of titles in the Vault, EA Access is turning out to be a handy resource. While you're not going to get your hands on the latest games, you do get early access to trial versions of upcoming launches, and a 10 percent discount on all EA games.
What games would you like to see added to EA Access?
Source: Twitter (EA Access)
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