Jan 24, 2017 11:29 AM EST
Free EA Access Games Update: 10 Hours of 'Mass Effect: Andromeda' for Subscribers [VIDEO]
Good news to EA and Origin Access subscribers! In an announcement made on Twitter, EA and Bioware revealed they will be able to play "Mass Effect: Andromeda" a week early on PC and Xbox One.
According to WCCF Tech, EA and Origin Access subscribers will be able to play the legendary sci-fi game of Bioware which makes it one of the free EA access games. It can be played for 10 hours before its scheduled Mar. 21 release. PS4 users are definitely banging themselves on the head because it won't be released for that console but there is a small hope for a multiplayer beta test coming before the game launch.
One of the free EA access games, "Mass Effect: Andromeda" takes place right where Mass Effect 2 concluded and that is before the invasion of the Reaper. In this game, you play as Ryder and your task is to find a new home for humanity inside the Helius cluster in the galaxy of Andromeda. It is safe to say the mission involves a lot of alien encounters so you and your crew are going to be in for a fight.
According to Gamespot, more free EA access games were revealed recently and they are "Dead Space Ignition", "Madden NFL 17," "Skate 3" and "Zuma's Revenge." These games will arrive later this year as no specific date was announced. The only thing certain is that they won't be available for the PS4 console because there is no version of EA access there. However, "Dead Space Ignition" and "Space 3" were previously released on the Xbox 360 games so they can be played on Xbox One via the backwards compatability option.
Check out this video containing the latest gameplay trailer for "Mass Effect: Andromeda" and find out why it was chosen as one of the free EA access games: