Starting 2nd Of November 2017 any one with an EA Access subscription will be able to start there new career in the latest outing of Need For Speed. Need for Speed Payback will have you joining Tyler, Jess and Mac as you complete races, mission and challenges to earn the respect of fellow races in the Valley's underground and earn the right to take part in the ultimate race to bring down The House.
The trial will allow gamers to take part in a block buster Highway heist as you play through the opening 2 chapters of the title as well as begin building up your collection of cars. As you play you can also customise your new racers and if you're lucky you could even find a derelict car to restore. This is a new concept to Need for Speed, allowing you to find scrap chassis throughout the game which you can there work on and restore into your very own custom hot-rod.
If you’re like me, a Mass Effect fan and a EA Access customer, then you were no doubt excited as I was when it was announced that EA Access subscribers would be getting a 10 hour free trial of Mass Effect Andromeda. Not only that, it is available right now prior to the games official launch on the 21st.
With the release of Star Wars Rogue One next week. EA have only gone and fuelled the excitement by giving EA Access subscribers free download of Star Wars Battlefront on the 13th of December.I almost purchased this during Black Friday and I am so glad I didn't. Although the version that's free has no DLC, there is still a good amount of content to play. AND IT WILL BE FREE! DO YOU NEED ANY OTHER INCENTIVE?
Star Wars Battlefront are releasing a Rogue One DLC that adds new levels, space battles and new game-modes. So if you find yourself captivated by the story-world of Star Wars then there is plenty of extra content to work through.
Mass Effect Andromeda, the hype is already building and we have had our reveal trailer. If you haven't heard the news and need brought up to light speed then follow this link to catch up on the latest news. N7 day has brought all the Mass Effect passion back. And you know what else is back? ALL THREE FIRST INSTALMENTS
After being announced for backwards compatibility on Xbox One,EA, yeah those sly dogs just added Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3 to The Vault. That's three whole games with hours and hours of content available if you have an EA Access subscription.
While there's always a vocal cry on the internet about EA's DLC practices, the fact that they've won the coveted worst company in America accolade speaks volumes about the way consumers have felt about them in the past, I can't help but feel they've come a long way...sort of. EA Access is something I personally subscribe to, and I've got to say it's been great value so far. This July is no exception.