Attack of the Fanboy

EA Access Gets First Non-Xbox One Game

by Mike Guarino


While EA Access has mostly been known as a service that gives people access to EA-published Xbox One games, the company has just added a game to the vault that isn’t an Xbox One game at all. The game added is the original Plants Vs Zombies that launched for the Xbox 360 arcade back in 2010.

Plants Vs Zombies was the game that kicked the series off and began what would become one of the most successful mobile games of all time. The series has since spawned sequels, and most recently fantastic shooters from the Garden Warfare series.

EA Access gives you pre-access to upcoming EA games, while also allowing you to play previously-released games as much as you want with no limits. The membership costs $4.99 per month, or you can save some money and get a year’s membership for $29.99.

The service most recently gave people early access to games like Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 and Unravel. The next major game that subscribers will be able to play early is UFC 2 that launches on March 10th. The company also revealed that more backwards compatible games will be coming in the future.

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