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Plants vs. Zombies

EA Access gets backwards compatible Plants vs. Zombies

EA takes advantage of the Xbox One feature to flesh out The Vault.

The original Plants vs. Zombies has been added to the Xbox One subscription service, EA Access. The announcement was made on </a href="https://twitter.com/EAAccess/status/704478786121818112"> Twitter</a> earlier today, and the game will be available to anyone subscribed to EA's service via the ominous-sounding Vault.

The Xbox 360 version of the game has been playable via the Xbox One's backwards compatibility feature, however this required the 360 version of the game. It's addition to EA Access means you no longer need that copy, of course you still need to pay the monthly sub.

Plants vs. Zombies is the first backwards compatible game to come to EA Access however it won't be the last, EA has said. This means that certain EA classics might be available on Xbox One soon.

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