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EA is Considering Adding Xbox 360 Games to EA Access Vault
EA has hinted that is may be open to adding Xbox 360 based games to its EA Access Vault. The news came in a response to a Twitter inquiry. EA stated that it is currently “investigating” adding backwards compatible titles in its Vault.
This news shouldn’t come too much as a surprise though; back in June Microsoft announced backwards compatibility for Xbox 360 games on their current flagship console Xbox One. This would give firms like EA opportunities to avail this feature and give its subscribers access to games for the previous generation console.
@metalgamerpops We're investigating adding backwards compatible EA games to EA Access in the future. Stay tuned.
— EA Access (@EAAccess) August 7, 2015
EA Access is currently exclusive to Xbox One, and allows players to try out games prior to launch. The Vault contains many released games which players can download provided they have subscribed to the service. The cost of the subscription is $4.99 per month.