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Since its reveal two days ago, many questions have been raised about Electronic Arts' new subscription model, titled EA Access. Some have been in favour for it, while others - Sony included - are not quite in favour of the currently Xbox One exclusive feature, with a majority simply waiting for the catalogue to further flesh itself out before judging.

To help further push across that anyone will be able to access this new subscription method, EA revealed to Joystiq that “any Xbox One gamer can join EA Access and take advantages of the benefits of membership."

The only caveat of having a Xbox LIVE Gold membership will be the ability to connect to multiplayer gameplay, according to the EA rep. EA Access membership unlocks what EA calls "The Vault," a collection of EA games on Xbox One that users can download and play whenever they want. During the beta, gamers will have unlimited access to FIFA 14, Madden NFL 25, Peggle 2 and Battlefield 4 - with more titles to be added "soon."

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