Published: Thu, October 12, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Grace Becker

Andromeda And Dead Space 3 Coming To EA And Origin Access

Andromeda And Dead Space 3 Coming To EA And Origin Access

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. EA has announced the latest batch of games that EA and Origin Access subscribers will soon have free access to, chief among them being Mass Effect: Andromeda. Not only has the game been patched up but now it is also heading to EA Access and Origin Access as part of the vault, meaning you can play through the game at a much lower price. No exact dates were given.

Andromeda has registered poor sales at its beginnings due to the fact that it was maligned upon its release. Many of these issues have been fixed to varying degrees, but those amendments came well after weak sales which have reportedly resulted in changes to developer Bioware and the franchise's future.

As well as Mass Effect: Andromeda, the Origin highlights are an early "Play First" trial for Battlefront 2 and a similar thing for Need for Speed: Payback.

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Owners of Xbox One will receive two more treats these coming next months. In addition, a few other notable games are receiving play first trials. One is the fact that EA Access will allow them to try ahead of launch The Sims 4 game through its Play First Trial.

KitGuru Says: Games tend to hit the Access Vault around nine months after release but that timing seems to have been accelerated for Andromeda. To benefit from these options, users need to have a subscription.

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