Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare Joins EA Access

The once Xbox exclusive Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare has been added to EA’s subscription service, EA Access. Itcan now be found in The Vault alongside all free DLC that has been released for the game.


The title joins FIFA 14, Battlefield 4, Need for Speed Rivals, Peggle 2 and Madden NFL 25 which were already included as part of the service. Dragon Age: Inquisition will soon be added to EA Access under their “Play First” scheme, if you buy the game then you will be able to play it up to five days before everyone else.

EA have been remarkably quiet about the service up until now, have any of you subscribed?

Source: VG247



  1. Yup! And you really can’t argue about £20 for five games, as well as the early access to new releases.

    I wouldn’t have bought Madden 15 if it wasn’t for EA Access, and I’ll use it to try Dragon Age: Inquisition properly before buying it – which is great seeing as Dragon Age 2 was so disappointing.

  2. Sweet. I’ve just added it to my downloads.

  3. I already own the games in the Vault that I’m interested in (including PvZ), and since I’ll be getting Dragon Age on PS4 there’s no point for me in subscribing yet.

  4. Traded in my copies of FIFA, battlefield and NFS the day access went live, got about £80 back and that covered the cost of access and then some.

    Happy with the service and well worth the £20 a year. EA Have the catalog to make this service value for money for years.

  5. I’d gladly be subscribing to this if it was on PS4 – there’s four games I want to play on there, three of which are £20-30 alone, so it seems like a no-brainer.

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