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NBA Live 16 added to EA Access; Mass Effect Trilogy on Origin Access

The EA vault continues to grow, with NBA Live 16 now being available to play in full.

EA has provided all manner of sports games recently, with the service now boasting Rory McIlroy PGA Tour, FIFA 16 and NHL 16.

It seems that classic Xbox 360 titles may be on the way too, as EA has just added the Mass Effect trilogy to the PC version of the service, known as Origin Access.

EA Access is getting more and more value for money the longer it exists. Will it ever come to PlayStation? 

Edited On 26 May, 2016

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superniceguy 8 months ago
The problem with getting the Mass Effect trilogy on Xbox ONE is the multiple discs issue, but now that has been fixed, they will probably just need testing then put out, if they work ok. The service is getting good value for money, but I bet some games will get pulled like older FIFAs. I am subbed to the Xbox ONE service, but not bothering with PC service, just yet anyway, as due to progress games may not be playable without upgrading PC, plus games I have already bought on PC are all digital, and not able to sell, unlike on Xbox ONE, as when I subbed to it on Xbox ONE I sold my disc version of Need for Speed Rivals, which paid for its year subscription. If I buy any EA games at launch on Xbox ONE it always disc version, then I can sell them when finished with them, and play them again when they enter the vault. Its not worth buying EA games digitally.
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Turniplord 8 months ago
do EA currently allow 360 games on the Xbox one via EA access?
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JoeToots 8 months ago
yes turnip deadspace is currently on
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Joe2120 8 months ago
Mass Effect Trilogy is coming that way I believe. Look for that announce at E3 I reckon.

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