EA is kicking off another Free Play Days event, giving Xbox Live Gold Members an open invitation to the 21 games currently in the EA Access vault. From June 12 to June 22, titles including Dragon Age: Inquisition, Titanfall, Battlefield Hardline, and FIFA 16 will all be free-to-play.
No sign-ups are required. All you have to do is simply download the EA Access Hub App from the Xbox Gold Members area on the dashboard, Microsoft explains on Xbox Wire.
The full list of games runs the gambit of sports titles like EA SPORTS UFC and Madden NFL 16 to shooters like Battlefield 4 and Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare.
EA Access is available for $4.99 a month or $29.99 a year. In addition to the game vault, subscribers also get early access to select EA titles. Just last week gamers were able to jump into Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst five days before it released. The Free Play Days event announcement is careful to point out Battlefield 1, FIFA 17, Madden NFL 17, and Mass Effect: Andromeda will all receive the same treatment when they each release.
With the free period starting the same day as the company’s EA Play event, expect even more games and announcements connected to EA Access to come out alongside E3. Meanwhile, if you’re interested in free games, Xbox is not only offering a free weekend of multiplayer, running now through June 12, but is also making Rocket League free-to-play for the same time frame.