It seems the EA Access Vault is about to get much larger on Xbox One thanks to backwards compatibility.
Last night, the official EA Access Twitter notified EA Access subscribers that they could download the first Xbox 360 Vault game — Plants v. Zombies.
While the game is decidedly more simplistic than the Garden Warfare spin-off, there’s still plenty of fun to be had.
And if Plants v. Zombies just isn’t your thing, consider what other EA games on Xbox 360 that might be heading to the Vault in the coming months as the backwards compatibility library continues to grow. Pretty exciting stuff!
If you’re not in the know, EA Access is an Xbox One exclusive program that allows gamers to pay $5 a month or $30 a year to get 10% off all EA purchases, 10 hour early access to upcoming EA releases and a growing backlog of older EA titles through the Vault. Latest additions include Battlefield Hardline, Madden 16 and Dragon Age: Inquisition.
What do you think about Xbox 360 games coming to the EA Access Vault? What games are you hoping come next? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below or on Twitter!