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EA Access could offer Xbox 360 games next, thanks to backwards compatibility

EA Access is already a compelling service by most accounts. Think of how much better it would get when classic Xbox 360 games are thrown into the mix.


EA Access is currently only being offered on Xbox One. Every few months, the company adds another game to the vault, Dragon Age: Inquisition most recently.

Now that Xbox One offers backwards compatibility support, fans are asking EA to add even more games to EA Access. When asked on Twitter, the company said "We're investigating adding backwards compatible EA games to EA Access in the future. Stay tuned."

Should it become a reality, subscribers will be able to revisit classics such as Mass Effect, Burnout Paradise, Syndicate, and plenty others. In the case of Mass Effect, it would be the only way you can experience the trilogy on new-gen, now that we're not getting a remaster.

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