Yet another title is making its way on EA Access, this time it’s Battlefield Hardline.
The first person shooter will be available to download from EA Access on Xbox One from October 14.
Once it’s downloaded, members can play the full game as much as they want so long as they have an active EA Access subscription.
Battlefield Hardline will join other EA titles on the service such as Dragon Age: Inquisition, Battlefield 4, Plants VS Zombies: Garden Warfare and many more.
Members also save up to 10% on all EA purchases on the Xbox Live Marketplace, including digital pre-orders and expansion packs.
The service is exclusive to Xbox One, after Sony refused to adopt the service, believing it to be a poor value service to its users.
EA Access could easily be seen as a competitor for something like Playstation Plus, a service that is heavily promoted on the PS4.
If you fancy a vast library of easily accessible games for £3.99 a month, then EA Access is probably worth a go.
Battlefield Hardline launched in March 2015 for PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC.
In our review we called Hardline “the best all-round Battlefield since the great Bad Company 2,” scoring it an 8/10.