In June last year EA announced a new service called EA Access that lets subscribers play more games for less, the game library includes some major titles such as Battlefield 4, FIFA 14, Madden NFL 25 and many others which can be accessed on-demand for just $4.99 per month. Every other month EA adds new titles to the lineup so that subscribers get the most bang for their buck. EA only offers this service for Xbox One owners but the possibility exists that Xbox 360 games may be added to EA Access.
Not too long ago it was confirmed that backwards compatibility is coming to Xbox One which means that the console will be able to play games originally intended for its predecessors. Many have started asking EA if this means that EA Access will also provide Xbox 360 games.
The company issued a response over Twitter saying that it’s looking into the backwards compatibility feature and debating whether it would make sense to add backwards compatible EA games to EA Access.
That’s the only indication right now that EA is doing something on this matter even if it’s merely looking into the possibility. EA has not yet confirmed if it does indeed have plans of offering backwards compatible games through EA Access.