Xbox One users will be able to experience the first-person shooter video game Battlefield Hardline via EA Access in early October. The gaming service will include Hardline to its Vault and Xbox users having subscribed to EA Access, will be able to play the game for free. However, the release date has not been confirmed as yet.
EA Access, which was launched exclusively for Xbox One users over a year ago, can be subscribed for $30 (£20) a year or $5 (£3) a month. In March this year, Electronics Arts (EA) had let gamers on Xbox One check out the full-version of the game for free for a 10-hour period. Moreover, a GameSpot report has claimed that Battlefield Hardliner could also make its way to Sony's PlayStation 4.
Meanwhile, EA has added a number of games since launching EA Access, for Xbox One users. Until now, EA has released numerous titles on the platform along with providing free trials for upcoming games and discounts on EA purchases.
EA Access subscribers can check out the follow games on Xbox One:
- Battlefield 4
- Dragon Age: Inquisition
- Fifa 14
- EA Sports UFC
- NHL 15
- Need for Speed: Rivals
- NBA Live 15
- Madden NFL 15
- Madden NFL 25
- Plans vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare
Recently, Battlefield 4 fans were given a bonanza by EA in the form of a free Night Operations DLC, which unlocked a new night map called Zavod: Graveyard Shift and added multiple tactical/stealthy modes. New gaming modes were added to the game including Gun Master, Domination, Obliteration, Team Death Match and Rush. The Night Operations DLC can be experienced on Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Sony's PS4 platforms.