Mirror's Edge Catalyst and Star Wars Battlefront are free to play on EA Access

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There is no denying that Electronic Arts has been an exemplary provider when it comes to Xbox One games. One of the reasons to say that is because they have always been generous when it comes to giveaways. If you recall, EA recently provided exciting freebies like Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 and Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst. Not to forget a number of classics like the original Mirror’s Edge and SSX.

Just recently, EA Access on their official Twitter account announced that  Star Wars: Battlefront will be hitting the EA Access Vault today. So all members of the program can get their hands on DICE’s iconic first-person shooter,  based on the hit sci-fi franchise, absolutely free. Moreover, if you have Origin Access, you can play Battlefield 1 for ten hours from next week.

EA Access is currently available exclusively on Xbox One, with Origin Access acting as the PC alternative.

Star Wars Battlefront:

The well-received multiplayer shooter, Star Wars Battlefront, was first launched in November 2015.

The game earned massive recognition and was rated 8/10 by IGN. The game is also known to have revived the apprehended shooter franchise with EA’s Frostbite Engine, also bringing back all old and new characters from the sci-fi realm.

But EA was still unclear on whether the game is the regular version or the Ultimate Version of Battlefront. The difference between the variants is that the latter comes with all the respective DLC, along with the just-released Rogue One: Scarif pack.

Another note: if you have an Origin Access sub, you can enjoy  free-run of the city of Glass in Mirror’s Edge Catalyst.