EA Access is working out to be a pretty great service for subscribers who have forked out the (frankly minuscule) subscription fee, and their latest perk is access to Dragon Age: Inquisition five days before the game is due for release on the Xbox One. Of course, like all the EA Access previews before it, the trial of Dragon Age: Inquisition for subscribers will only last six hours, though I’ve found this more than enough time to figure out if you like a game enough to buy it or not (maybe that’s just me). As a matter of clarification, the six hours can be counted in one sitting, or can be split into multiple sittings, which should give you enough flexibility to enjoy the game in your own time.
Probably the neatest thing about this trial is that you’re actually playing the full game – should you decide to purchase Dragon Age: Inquisition later on, you will not only get 10% off thanks to your EA Access subscription, but you’ll also get to continue your progress from this preview period. We’re pretty excited to see where EA takes us for this latest outing for the storied franchise.
Dragon Age: Inquisition is due for release on November 18th for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3 and PC.