EA has laid out the goodies coming to its twin subscription services EA Access and Origin Access today, and most notable amongst them is the addition of sci-fi RPG Mass Effect: Andromeda to the vault of free games. Generally, they tend to be either older games (relatively, anyway) or limited "Play First" trials, but Andromeda is neither-it's the full game, which is still listed on Origin for $40, the cost of eight months of Access.More news: GIC IPO subscribed 0.75 times
Subscribers will also be getting "Play first" trials for Need for Speed Payback and Star Wars Battlefront II, giving them a chance to give these games a go before dropping full price on them. Bring together a team of colorful characters, discover new worlds and unravel the ultimate secret at the heart of this odd new system. Blast into hyperspace before launch day.More news: Why US officials fear North Korea could launch missile today
At some stage between now and the end of the year, EA will be adding the space-faring game to the collection of titles EA Access and Origin Access subscribers can play for free without limits. There's a whopping 10-hour allowance for Need for Speed: Payback if you want to spend a lot of time with the game. Create unique Sims, build their flawless home and help them pursue their dreams.More news: Al Green Files Impeachment Articles Against President Trump
Dead Space 3 - You awake on a space station to find yourself hunted by crazed cultists and deadly reanimated corpses - and it gets worse from there. Both Andromeda and Dead Space 3 will be put into the Vault between the months of October 2017 to December 2017.
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