The announcement of Xbox One's backward compatibility opened the doors to many possibilities for both Microsoft and developers alike. In the case of Electronic Arts' subscription service, EA Access, this brought up the chance of offering Xbox 360 titles to subscribers.
With the Xbox One's backward compatibility releasing to the public later this year, Electronic Arts has revealed that the company is already considering the idea of using the console's new feature to add Xbox 360 games to EA Access Vault. "We're investigating adding backwards compatible EA games to EA Access in the future. Stay tuned," said Electronic Arts when asked about the possibility of Dragon Age Origins and Dragon Age II being added to EA Access. While the service currently offers players 13 Xbox One games, the option to add Xbox 360 titles would make this library of games much bigger.
The Xbox One's backwards compatibility feature will be available in November, with Microsoft promising over 100 compatible titles at launch.