Dragon Age: Inquisition, the open-world RPG that’s received over 100 Game of the Year awards, is now available for all EA Access subscribers in The Vault. Just in time too, as the next piece of story DLC, The Decent, arrives later this month.
For those of you out of the loop, EA Access is a subscription-based service that’s available exclusively on Xbox One (because Sony thought it had “no value” for the PS4 user base). For $5 per month, or $30 per year, subscribers have unlimited access to any game in The Vault, which continually grows in size as EA only aims to add games over time–not remove them.
Currently subscribers can download and play the following games with EA Access:
- Dragon Age: Inquisition
- Titanfall (Season Pass is still free, by the way)
- FIFA 15
- Battlefield 4
- Madden 15
- Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare
- NHL 15
- Need For Speed Rivals
- NBA Live 15
- Peggle 2
- FIFA 14
- Madden 25
If you’re in to the EA roster of games, or you like playing everything for the sake of Achievements (like myself), EA Access is a saucy value on Xbox. The new addition of Dragon Age: Inquisition and Titanfall round out the predominantly sports-filled roster, offering a little something for everyone.