Microsoft Store starts selling EA Access 12-month subscription for $29.99

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Microsoft Store starts selling EA Access 12-month subscription for $29.99

EA Access is a subscription-based program, giving gamers access to a handful of EA games such as Titanfall, Battlefield 4, and several more. Furthermore, games also get a chance to try out the upcoming games from EA ahead of their announcement, and enjoy a 10 percent discount on digital content purchases. The subscription costs $4.99 a month or $29.99 a year. Users interested in the yearly subscription can now grab it from Microsoft Store for $29.99 a year (via Windows Central). 

Once purchased, you will be given a code which you can redeem on your gaming console and start accessing games listed in The Vault, or enjoy other goodies offered as a part of the subscription plan. 

EA has continued to offer more and more games to EA Access subscribers with the latest one being the Rory McIlory PGA Tour trial which is coming to the program on July 9th for Xbox One users.

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