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Dragon Age : Inquisition free/whatever with EA Access subscription (XBOX ONE)

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Last Edited by TattyBear August 5, 2015 at 07:20 AM
Since so many deals are posted for the Xbox One , why not download it no extra charge?

$30 a year.

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maybe I'll play it now since I'm too lazy to put in the disk
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EA Access is my favorite program/feature on Xbox and the best $30 I have spent on gaming this year. The value is incredible and really shows how pro-consumer they are compared to companies like Activision.
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Really! I may have to sign up. Is it a one time 30 payment once a year or divided to be paid once a month?
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I have not heard of such a program but I am seriously contemplating it.
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"free/whatever" haha yeah. way to prevent the haters from hating Stick Out Tongue
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Quote from Coogie7 View Post :
Really! I may have to sign up. Is it a one time 30 payment once a year or divided to be paid once a month?
You can do $5/month or $30 for the whole hear. you already know which is better.
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How many games do they release per year?
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Quote from donovanky View Post :
I have not heard of such a program but I am seriously contemplating it.
It's a recent EA games program exclusively for video games produced by EA games. This may be exclusively on XBOX ONE.

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How many games do they release per year?
I do not think there are any official numbers.
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Last edited by Coogie7 August 4, 2015 at 10:33 PM
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I've had it for for months and new ones released are titanfall and dragon age. Maybe 1 more im not thinking of. I love it because I can play sport games with friends I would never pay full price or even half price for (NBA, UFC, FIFA)
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So its 30/year and you play old sports games?
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Quote from mclovin07 View Post :
So its 30/year and you play old sports games?
By old if you mean a couple of months but still the newest release then yes. + some other games
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Quote from mclovin07 View Post :
So its 30/year and you play old sports games?
You can see the full list of current items here.
http://www.ea.com/eaaccess/

Sports gamers get the most from it but it's still pretty early int he program's existence. For instance, once the backward compatibility update goes out to everyone, the substantial range of Xbox 360 titles from EA may get added to EA Access.
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I just recently purchased an Xbox one, and wanted the new Madden. I could have ordered it for about 15 bucks but instead bought ea access for 30 and got all of the other games as well. Seemed worth it to me. Especially since I probably would have plunked down another 20 on FIFA at some point. But I'm one of those people that can live with not having the latest and greatest sports games. They just don't upgrade them enough each year to justify paying full retail. Only real downside is that you can't obviously sell the games when you're done like you could a hardcopy that you purchased.
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