The EA Access Vault continues to grow, and two more games are being added next week. Mirror’s Edge Catalyst set for the EA Access vault

The EA Access Vault continues to grow, and two more games are being added next week.

Mirror’s Edge and its 2016 sequel, Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, will get added to the long (and growing) list of free games available to EA Access subscribers.

From November 9, the DICE-developed first-person action series will be available to all paid-up members.

They join the likes of Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2Battlefield 4Madden NFL 16Unravel, Peggle 2, and Need for Speed, among others in the EA Access vault.

EA Access costs users $6.99 per month in Australia, or $39.99 for the year. That’s a saving of around $40 a year if you opt for the annual subscription.

It’s only available on Xbox One, and also grants subscribers discounts on new EA releases, as well as early access ahead of launch, generally up to 10 hours of the base game (with other restrictions, such as the amount of campaign missions and multiplayer matches you can play).

Origin, which is EA’s PC equivalent, will get Mirror’s Edge Catalyst later this year. Star Wars Battlefront and UFC 2 are also scheduled to be added.

Gaetano Prestia Editor in Chief

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