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EA Access 'full-game' demo limited to six hours with Madden

12:15 PM on 08.19.2014

Chris Carter

Reviews Director

The program kicks off with Madden

As we all have heard, EA Access is a new program that allows players to access full games, demos, and discounts for particular titles. Although we have clarification on how the full games will work, we were left in the dark as to what the demo system would be like -- until now.

According to the official EA Access Twitter account, members will get a chance to play Madden for six hours, at which point they'll have to buy the game if you want to keep playing. Currently, the PlayStation Plus trial period is an hour of the full game -- so this by contrast doesn't seem that bad. You just have to get over the fact that because Sony didn't want the program on its consoles, those platforms will likely be devoid of demos.

EA Access [Twitter]


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