EA Sports has revealed that a six hour trial for the upcoming NBA Live 15 will be available to EA Access members on Xbox One tomorrow, 23rd October, and all other Xbox One users on the game's release date of 28th October.
The six hour trial is the full game, so use that time how you want. All progress and stats during that period will carry over if you actually buy the game too.
PlayStation 4 users will receive a demo in the style of times gone by on 28th October - it'll set up a 'finals atmosphere' in a game between Cleveland and Oklahoma City, with quarters lasting 5 minutes each. There's a Damian Lillard 'adidas Learn LIVE Tutorial' players can try too.
EA Access is the subscription gaming service EA launched on Xbox One a few months ago. It allows subscribers to access 'the vault': a library of EA games such as Battlefield 4, FIFA 14, and Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare.
EA Access costs £3.99 ($4.99) a month and also grants subcribers 10% discount on some EA titles, as well as the early access to some games like the NBA Live 15 trial above.
There's no word of whether EA Access will head to PlayStation 4.
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