FIFA 17 is coming to EA and Origin Access this month

UPDATE: And it's live.

UPDATE 21st April 2017: Heads up! EA Access and Origin Access subscribers can now download FIFA 17.

ORIGINAL STORY 5th April 2017: FIFA 17 is coming to EA Access and Origin Access this month.

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EA Access, the Xbox One subscription program, will later receive Dragon: Age Origins and Medal of Honor: Airborne over the next two months.

Origin Access, the PC version of EA's subscription service, has a slightly different library and its impending titles include Pony Island, Command & Conquer: The Ultimate Collection, Hacknet, and Orwell.

Both services cost £3.99 / 4.99 a month or £19.99 / $29.99 a year. Aside from unlimited access to the games in each service's vault, they also offer 10 per cent discounts on EA digital purchases along with five-day early access to major releases.

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