The MMA franchise will be free-to-play for those subscribed to EA Access. For clarification, EA Access is a subscription service exclusively available to Xbox One users. Those subscribed have access to “The Vault,” which allows you to download and play full versions of Battlefield 4, Madden 25, FIFA 14, Peggle 2, Need for Speed: Rivals, Plants VS. Zombies: Garden Warfare and the aforementioned EA Sports UFC.
Subscription cost for the program is $5/month or $30/year.
I personally love the idea of EA Access and as a non-Xbox One owner, I’m jealous that I’m unable to take advantage of the program. I understand PlayStation not wanting the program on their platform, as to not to conflict with PlayStation Now. But it’s a shame. I’m a sports fan and EA Access has always seemed like a great value to me and a good reason to own an Xbox One.
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