For the past couple of years, EA have been adding more and more games to the Vault, strengthening the value of EA Access as a whole.
Few games generated as much hype in the run up to their release quite like Mass Effect: Andromeda, but everyone knows the final product fell very short of expectations.
It's been pretty well established by now that Mass Effect: Andromeda did not live up to the legacy of the original trilogy, nor did it sell especially well. Andromeda, the latest installment in the Mass Effect series, launched earlier this year to lukewarm reviews, and a lot of users have been waiting for it to drop into the Vault so they can try it risk-free. As mentioned before, the game was poorly received among many straight out of the gate (we liked it, at least!), with detractors pointing to the game's poor structure and facial animations.
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In addition, subscribers on both platforms will receive Play First Trials for Star Wars Battlefront II and Need for Speed: Payback, while those on EA Access will receive a Play First Trial for The Sims 4. Both probes will become available before the official release, and Need for Speed: Payback will be possible to ski up to 10 hours. In the coming months, two more games are set to join those ranks. No matter how you feel about EA, those are games worth playing for just $5.
KitGuru Says: Games tend to hit the Access Vault around nine months after release but that timing seems to have been accelerated for Andromeda.