Subscribed users EA accessibility for Xbox One from now on will be with a pleasant surprise. Star Wars: Battlefront II has just added to the directory from this exclusive Microsoft desktop console service.
Electronic Arts has not officially announced this, but if we access the game product page in the Microsoft online store, we can check if a message is displayed that indicates that it is included in EA Access, although Origin Access does not appear in this option. Only those who subscribe to Origin Access Premier can do this.
The news comes at a fairly reasonable time, as a new update to Star Wars: Battlefront II is available this week. An update has been added Geonosis map, a Obi-Wan Kenobi as a new hero to choose, in addition to new leather, vehicles as well as other adjustments and improvements.
Star Wars: Battlefront II was released last year at these dates on the Xbox One, PS4 and PC, and in December, just like others will arrive in the first months of 2019, they still need to get an update. If you want to download it, thanks to EA Access, you can subscribe for a month to 3.99 euros or year on year 24.99 euros.