The library of games on EA Access will be “permanent” and “substantial”, according to EA’s chief operating officer Peter Moore.
Speaking to CVG, Moore said that the “Vault”, a library of games which can be unlocked for £3.99 a month or £19.99 a year, “will get its share of triple-A titles”.
He continued: “We haven’t made any announcements to that extent about exactly when, where and how, but the Vault will be substantial.”
One of the major concerns about EA Access, which was announced in July, was whether games would be removed. Moore pledged that the publisher will not be removing games from the service: “New game additions will be determined by franchise and timing.
“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.
The ongoing beta for the subscription service currently contains FIFA 14, Madden NFL 25, Battlefield 4 and Peggle 2, with the likes of FIFA 15, Madden NFL 15, NHL 15, NBA Live 15 and Dragon Age: Inquisition set to launch on the service later this year.
EA Access is exclusively available on the Xbox One, after Sony turned it down because it “doesn’t represent good value to the PlayStation gamer”.