Andromeda Heading To EA & Origin Access


It is now possible to enjoy the entire trilogy on Origin Access on PC or EA Access on Xbox One through backwards compatibility.

If you still wanted to try the product ordinary employees of BioWare, and the toad continued to choke, Electronic Arts will soon offer an alternative solution: Mass Effect: Andromeda is going to become a part of the subscription Access.

If you're interested in trying these games out and don't want to wait until release date, this is certainly something you'll want to keep an eye on. Dead Space 3 is, of course, the backward compatible successor to Dead Space and Dead Space 2, both of which are already in the Vault and playable on Xbox One. Since then the game has changed its developer and plans for the franchise. The game still isn't quite flawless but numerous bugs and glitches are now fixed.

As well as Mass Effect: Andromeda, the Origin highlights are an early "Play First" trial for Battlefront 2 and a similar thing for Need for Speed: Payback. A 10-hour pre-launch trial for Need for Speed Payback will also make an appearance in November.

Owners of Xbox One will receive two more treats these coming next months.

KitGuru Says: Games tend to hit the Access Vault around nine months after release but that timing seems to have been accelerated for Andromeda. The majority of the library consists of older titles such as Crysis 3 and The Sims 4, as well as indie games and "Play First" trials.



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