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Well that was a short beta test, indeed. It was only a couple of weeks ago that EA announced they were launching their EA Access service after a beta, and that beta appears to be over. All Xbox One owners can now sign up for EA Access subscriptions.
The current EA Access Vault includes FIFA 14, Madden NFL 25, Battlefield 4, and Peggle 2. Whether you join now or later down the line when other games that tickle your fancy are added, you can still play all of the games ever added in the Vault.
And just in case you haven't heard, if you want to play a bit of Madden 15 before the game officially launches, you have to have EA Access to do so. There is no public demo this time around.
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