Backwards-compatible Xbox 360 titles could be added to EA Access in the future, the publisher has said.
The paid subscription service currently offers a selection of Xbox One titles each month.
Among this month’s selection is Dragon Age: Inquisition, leading one Twitter user to ask whether the offering could be extended to older titles in the series.
EA responded: “We’re investigating adding backwards compatible EA games to EA Access in the future. Stay tuned.”
Microsoft announced during its E3 conference that the Xbox One would see functionality to play Xbox 360 games, such as EA's own Mass Effect (pictured), added later this year.
In a survey of players following the reveal, Rockstar’s Red Dead Redemption was revealed as the title gamers would most like to relive on the new platform.
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