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Battlefield Hardline joins EA Access

EA Games has announced that Battlefield Hardline is now free to play via it’s EA Access service on Xbox One.

As EA announced earlier this year, Hardline is the latest game added to the EA Access Vault.

The Vault offers a selection of EA games that you can play for free with a monthly EA Access subscription.

Although Hardline might be the latest addition, it’s joining other high-profile like Dragon Age: Inquisition, FIFA 15 and Titanfall.

In the Vault there’s also Madden 25, FIFA 14, Peggle 2, NBA Live 15, Need for Speed Rivals, UFC, NHL 15, Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare and Madden 15.

Related: What is EA Access? A guide to EA’s Xbox One exclusive service

EA Access costs £3.99 a month or you can sign up for a full year for £19.99 – which is the most cost effective option.

Along with access to the Vault, EA Access members also get to play upcoming EA Games’ titles ahead of the release date.

For example, EA Access members will get to play Star Wars: Battlefront on November 12 and the Need for Speed reboot on November 29, both a week ahead of launch.

You also get exclusive 10 per cent discounts on digital purchases of other EA titles via your Xbox One.

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