As promised earlier this week, Xbox One owners who have subscribed to the EA Access service can now play the full version of Electronic Arts 2013's open world racing game Need For Speed Rivals.
The game joins the four previous ones put in the EA Access Vault (Battlefield 4, FIFA 14, Peggle 2, and Madden NFL 25) that Xbox One owners can play for $4.99 a month or $29.99 for a year long subscription. EA has promised that any game put into the Vault will remain available to play forever, or at least until the EA Access program stays active.
If you have signed up for EA Access, how do you like the service so far and are you pleased with the addition of Need for Speed Rivals?
Source: EA blog
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