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When a game pops into Sony's Instant Game Collection for PlayStation Plus, it has a finite shelf life for members to download it. Peter Moore of Electronic Arts has promised that this will not be the case with EA Access. Once a game goes into the Vault, it will permanently be there. So no matter when you join, you will get access to everything EA has offered in the past. That's possibly the best feature this program has offered yet.
At least, this is what Peter Moore, EA's COO, has told CVG.
"New game additions will be determined by franchise and timing," he said. "We have to make decisions along that way, so there's no template, like 30 days after a game ships it goes into the Vault."
"I think one of the key things is that once a game goes into the Vault it stays there, it's not going to be taken out, that's a commitment we've made," he continued.
The EA Access program is still in closed beta with no word on when it will definitively be available to the public.
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