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Xbox One backwards compatible games coming to EA Access

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Plants vs Zombies 2

With Xbox One now able to play Xbox 360 games via backwards compatibility, EA has jumped on the bandwagon by bringing its older titles to the Access subscription service.

The publisher confirmed the news via Twitter, with the original Plants vs Zombies being the first Xbox 360 game to arrive on the platform:

EA also responded to several questions via Twitter with positive news that more Xbox 360 games could come to the service:

With the launch of Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 last week, the release of the original game on Access comes at a perfect time.

EA Access is a subscription service that, for £3.99 per month or £19.99 per year, gives players full titles like Madden NFL 16, Titanfall and Battlefield Hardline as well as full game trials for all the latest releases, including Garden Warfare 2, Unravel and EA Sports UFC 2 (from March 10).

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