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Post by Eorl @ 10:31am 03/09/14 | 1 Comments
Electronic Arts' Xbox One subscription service EA Access will be gaining a new contender for their "vault" of games, last year's Need For Speed Rivals, the publisher announced today.

Additionally, EA confirmed that the early access period for NHL 15 will begin on Thursday as expected, ahead of the game's regular September 12th release. FIFA 15 likewise will have an early access period before its release on September 25th and both will follow the same plan as Madden NFL 15, limiting players to just six hours of gametime over the pre-release window.

Need for Speed Rivals will join Battlefield 4, FIFA 14, Peggle 2 and Madden NFL 25 as full games available from the vault. A subscription costs $30 a year, or $5 monthly. Subscriptions are available only on Xbox One.



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Trex0321
Posted 12:05pm 03/9/14
is there any date i can expect rivals? id like to give it a try, and as i just checked on xbone/ea vault it aint there yet :(
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