Battlefield Hardline goes free on EA Access next week

Battlefield Hardline goes free on EA Access next week
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EA Access members will be able to download the Xbox One version of Battlefield Hardline for free starting next Wednesday, October 14, EA has announced.

The download will offer unrestricted access to the full game, including the entire single-player campaign and online multiplayer, for as long as you remain an active EA Access subscriber.

The game joins existing EA Access titles Titanfall, Need For Speed Rivals, Battlefield 4, Dragon Age Inquisition, Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare and more, bringing the total number of free games to 14.

A monthly subscription to EA Access costs £3.99, with an annual subscription available for £19.99.

Battlefield Hardline launched on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, PS4 and PC back in March, and brought a cops and robbers twist to the long-running shooter series. It wasn’t quite as well received as the previous game in the series Battlefield 4, however, scoring a 6/10 in our review.