SSX is the latest game to become playable on the EA Access Vault.

Developer EA revealed via Twitter that SSX will be playable on the Xbox One to EA Access subscribers thanks to the the Xbox 360 backwards compatibility program.

Originally released in 2012, this EA title allows players to snowboard and shred over nine iconic mountain ranges amidst a roster of different characters, made up of fan favorites from previous titles as well as introducing whole new line of characters to play around with.

“Using NASA topographical data and our proprietary Mountain Man tool, each of these iconic mountain ranges have then been exaggerated to deliver a gameplay experience that is true to SSX,” the game’s description reads. “SSX introduces a revolutionary physics engine that will allow players to ride and trick off almost anything in the environment, unrestricted by invisible walls and barriers.”

SSX joins various other titles that are currently playable in the EA Access Vault, including Unravel, Need for Speed, FIFA 16, Battlefield Hardline, Dragon Age: Inquisition, and more.

Additionally, Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 will also join the line up later this month on August 30th. An EA Access subscription costs $4.99 per month or $29.99 for a subscription spanning an entire year.

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