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EA Access Adds Crysis Trilogy for Xbox One

Electronic Arts adds original Crysis Trilogy to EA Access for members who play on Xbox One.

After more than a decade of silence, developer/publisher Crytek attempts to revive their renowned first-person shooter series Crysis for modern-day consoles earlier this year and promised to reveal a gameplay trailer soon.

Even though Crytek has delayed release of Crysis Remastered following a trailer leaked online, players can still get their hands on original Crysis Trilogy via EA Access subscription service on Xbox One using backward compatibility feature.

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EA Access Adds Crysis Trilogy for Xbox One

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At launch, Crysis, Crysis 2 and Crysis 3 were highly infamous for having advanced requirements for any gaming platforms. More than a decade after, Crysis Trilogy can finally run smoothly on most of current generation of console now.

Crysis sets on a premise of nanosuit-wearing group of soldiers called Raptor Team trying to prevent an alien invasion. Its sequel deals with a "Manhattan" virus outbreak and a follow-up title focuses on a battle against Ceph alien race.

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Surprisingly, publisher Electronic Arts has not made Crysis Trilogy available for EA Access members on PC and PlayStation 4. However, Crysis Remastered would soon be available on all major gaming platforms, including Nintendo Switch.

EA Access is a subscriber-based service that lets its members play a collection of games on PC, PS4 and Xbox One platforms. A regular monthly subscription costs you as little as $4.99 or sign up for an annual membership for $29.99 only.