The latest games to be added to the EA and Origin Access Vault are Need for Speed and Unravel. Those subscribed to either service will be able to play these games for free.
The added titles were previously announced by EA, but are finally available starting today, July 12. The next game to be included in the Vault is Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2, arriving on August 30.
Along with free full games, EA is offering trial demos for their sports titles a week ahead of their releases. The trial demo for Madden NFL 17 is aimed at August 18, the NHL 17 demo will be available on September 8, and the FIFA 17 demo following on September 22.
Unravel and Need for Speed join the list of free games already featured in the Vault including Mass Effect, FIFA 16, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield 4, Dragon Age: Inquisition, Titanfall and more.
An EA Access membership is available on Xbox One, while Origin Access is on PC. Both cost $4.99 a month or $29.99 a year.
In other EA-related news, for a limited time the company is offering free add-on content for the Battlefield games in preparation for Battlefield 1’s release in October.
Need for Speed was originally released November 2015, while Unravel launched February of this year.