EA Access subscribers can play Dragon Age: Inquisition ahead of its launch on Xbox One
EA Access subscriptions has its own set of benefits, and one of them is getting access to games ahead of their official announcements. If you’re an EA Access member, and waiting for the Dragon Age: Inquisition for Xbox One, there’s a piece of good news for your. EA Access subscribers can play the trial of the game for six hours, ahead of its official announcement on November 18th.
EA said in a blog post,
Members can download the trial through the EA Access Hub app on Xbox One, and play BioWare’s epic new RPG for six hours. Use this time to create your hero, start your story, and explore the living, open world of Thedas. Or take on missions with your friends in Inquisition’s cooperative multiplayer mode—the choice is yours.
The progress you make during the trial period will be carried forward to the official game when it releases for Xbox One. Furthermore, EA Access members will get a 10 percent discount on Dragon Age: Inquisition when it launches in the Xbox Store. Sounds pretty good, right?
EA Access subscription costs $4.99 a month or $29.99 a year, and offers plethora of goodies and services. It doesn’t only offer a 10 percent discount on digital purchases, but games can access The Vault which features a handful of popular EA games as well.Further reading: Dragon Age Inquisition, EA, Microsoft, Xbox One