With Mass Effect Andromeda (hopefully) being released next year, it’s to be expected that EA would want to keep building up hype for the new series. Also, Mass Effect 2 and 3 have 75 989 and 88 077 votes respectively on the official Xbox Backwards Compatibility forum — those aren’t numbers the publisher could shy away from.
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What is interesting to note is that the official Xbox BC list states that parts two and three are disc-only backwards compatible, yet they are available digitally through the EA Access Vault.
A subscription for EA Access costs R48.50 per month, or R299 for 12 months. It allows customers to play any game in the Vault as well as receive 10% off of EA titles on Xbox One.