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EA have launched a beta for "EA Access", an Xbox One-exclusive membership programme, allowing gamers to stream games from EA's library for less than available at retail.


Available monthly for AU$6.99 (or annually for AU$39.99), members will receive unlimited access to many EA games. At launch, FIFA 14, Madden NFL 25, Peggle 2 and Battlefield 4 will be available. EA Access members will also receive a 10% discount for future download content, as well as the ability to trial games five days before their release date.

Gizmodo notes that the service is cheaper in the US - $US4.99 for a monthly subscription, and $US29.99 for an annual subscription. Despite this, will you be signing up from day one?

This post was first published on July 30th, 2014 at 1:20pm.


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