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Daily Gaming News – Titanfall 2 on EA Access and Zombies on the Switch

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Titanfall 2 on EA Access

Titanfall 2 is now officially in the EA vault and completely free for EA Access members. Titanfall 2 is legitimately one of the best games released last year and now you literally have no excuse not to give it a go. Unless you don’t have EA Access. The timing couldn’t be more perfect either as a brand-new game mode has just been released and it’s a bloody hoot! We’ve played a good few rounds of Frontier Defense and it’s a genuinely fun game mode that’s akin to Gears of War’s Horde mode. Throw on top all of the other free DLC and you’ve got yourself an incredible amount of content, not to mention the campaign which is equally as great!

It’s not all Titanfall 2, though. There are also talks of bringing Battlefield 1 to the vault at some point in the near future. With these two blockbuster game announcements now might be a good time to give EA Access a go. There are roughly 45 games available as part of the subscription service, which is currently priced at £3.99 per month or £19.99 per year, including both Xbox 360 and Xbox One games. The list of games include:

  • Star Wars Battlefront (plus all DLC)
  • FIFA 17, NHL 17 & Madden NFL 17
  • Mirror’s Edge Catalyst
  • Need for Speed
  • Original Mass Effect Trilogy
  • Skate 3
  • Dead Space
  • and a bunch more

Resident Evil Revelations is coming to Switch

That’s right, Resident Evil Revelations 1 and 2 are coming to the Switch meaning you can now shit yourself in public rather than the comfort of your own home. To be fair, that’s probably a good way to stop anyone sitting next to you on the bus*.

Resident Evil Revelations originally released on the 3DS and takes place between Resident Evil 4 and 5. The sequel of which appeared on last generation consoles. Both games are now being re-released again with a lick of remaster paint. The remastered re-release of the first game is coming to Xbox One and PS4 this month and we’ve now officially heard that both 1 and 2 will appear on the Switch. No release date has been given yet other than 2017 but they are coming this year.

*Please don’t do this.

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