Andromeda, Dead Space 3 coming to EA and Origin Access soon

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For the past couple of years, EA have been adding more and more games to the Vault, strengthening the value of EA Access as a whole. Seems like if you're prepared to wait nine months or so, you'll probably see the major titles pop up on the subscription service.

Get ready to explore the Andromeda galaxy if you're an EA or Origin Access member.

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The game trials will allow you to play Mass Effect Andromeda as much as you want, where Star Wars Battlefront 2 and Need for Speed: Payback will give you Play First Trials.

Dead Space 3's arrival, meanwhile, is notable largely because it means that the entire Dead Space trilogy is finally available on-demand, giving you the ideal opportunity to witness the series' disappointing decline, from sterling horror to bland action, first-hand. Andromeda, the latest installment in the Mass Effect series, launched earlier this year to lukewarm reviews, and a lot of users have been waiting for it to drop into the Vault so they can try it risk-free. In addition, a few other notable games are receiving play first trials.

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EA did not disclose when exactly will these games and trials be available for subscribers, only that they will land before December this year.

Both of those will be available Origin and EA Access, but EA's third Play First offering - The Sims 4 - will only be available on Xbox One, marking the game's release on console. The complete list of games now available for the programs can be seen here.

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