UPDATE: The 10-hour trial is now live on EA Access, one day earlier than planned. To download it, head through to the Xbox Store.
ORIGINAL STORY: Need For Speed's EA Access trial will offer 10 hours of unrestricted access to the full game, EA has confirmed.
The trial will include access to every mode and feature "no progression locks" when it goes live on the service tomorrow, allowing players to experience every area of the game ahead of release next week.
The clock will only count down while the game is running, meaning that players can exit the game and use their remaining time across numerous sessions.
"EA Access members can play the real game for up to 10 hours," EA confirmed on the Need For Speed Twitter. "All modes are available, and there are no progression locks. The roads are yours!"
A subscription to EA Access costs £3.99 a month or £19.99 a year, and is only available on Xbox One. Star Wars Battlefront will also be available on the service from November 12, although EA has yet to confirm the restrictions of that game's trial.
Need For Speed launches on PS4 and Xbox One next Thursday, November 5, with the PC version due to follow early next year.