EA Access members will get to play 10 hours of Battlefield Hardline starting 12th March.

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The publisher confirmed to Eurogamer that this date holds true for all regions, meaning European folk gain access to the game a full week ahead of its 19th March release while North Americans only get it five days before its 17th March launch.

This lengthy trial will cover both single-player and multiplayer campaigns with all maps and modes available.

"This is the real deal. Not a demo. All your progress in single player and multiplayer will carry over when Battlefield Hardline is released," EA announced.

EA Access is Ł3.99 / $4.99 a month and saves players 10 per cent on EA titles like Battlefield Hardline. Thus if you're planning to buy Battlefield: Hardline anyway, a month of EA Access is essentially free.

The Xbox One-exclusive service also grants players unlimited access to such titles as Battlefield 4, Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare and more.

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