In addition to Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2, the EA Access Vault recently welcomed Federation Internationale de Football Association 17, Dragon Age: Origins as well as all four Star Wars Battlefront expansions.
For those interested, the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass can be obtained for $49.99.
If you're a subscriber, you can find the PC version of Battlefield 1 here. The only hitch is that players who don't own the DLC will not earn any experience. Battlefield 1 is still priced at $59.99 on the Microsoft Store today, so it's now much cheaper to try the game by subscribing to EA Access. It is called In the Name of the Tsar and introduces the Russian army, alongside new maps and weaponry. The single-player campaign takes players through different stories in the European theater and the Middle East via the viewpoint of several different characters. With both games now coming to the Access Vault, it opens the floodgates for new players to join. As a reminder, the gaming subscription service is still $4.99/month or $29.99/year.
Xbox 360 backward compatible titles, such as the original Mass Effect trilogy, are included as part of EA Access.
So if Battlefield 1 wasn't enough of an excuse to get the Origin/EA Access for your device of choice - and, for that matter, Titanfall 2 - then the benefits should certainly draw you in. It closely follows Titanfall 2, itself a game from 2016 that is now "free" to subscribers.
Not to sound like an advertisement or anything, but Access on the Origin side of things is a pretty killer deal with the addition of DICE's latest release.