The EA Access subscription service, dubbed the Netflix of gaming, is now available to Xbox One users the in the UK, US, Canada, France, Austria, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Australia and Spain.
For a monthly fee of £3.99, gamers will gain access to a selection of EA's biggest titles, which at launch includes Battlefield 4, FIFA 14, Madden NFL 25 and Peggle 2. This will expand to include more EA titles over time, with the service also offering early access to EA games and DLC packs, as well as exclusive discounts.
It's hard to argue that it isn't great value for money and, with EA Access's "Vault" of games only ever going to grow (the company has stated that once a game is available on the unlimited service, it will never be removed) it's a deal that's only set to get better. But, for those that still love owning a physical game, it's a step closer to an all-digital future, one in which the notion of a gamer's ownership over the titles they play is increasingly blurry.