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NBA Live 15 dribbles into EA Access vault

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EA Access subscribers can now download NBA Live 15 for free.

The basketball sim was released last October, making it one of the most recently-released games to grace the EA Access Vault.

Seven other titles are also free to download as part of the scheme: EA Sports UFC, Battlefield 4, Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare, Need For Speed Rivals, Madden NFL 25, FIFA 14, and Peggle 2.

EA's Access programme is currently only available on Xbox One. A subscription costs £3.99 a month.

Sony previously decided against the subscription service for PlayStation 4.

As well as its Vault of free games, EA Access also allows users five days early access to new AAA titles and discounts on EA digital purchases.

Other occasional offers are also included - for example, last month EA gave away free Battlefield 4 DLC to all Access members.

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