“To reduce the risk of spoilers.”

EA Access subscribers is not going to get the service’s commonplace free trial provide for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.

In a uncommon exception to EA’s providing, the writer has determined to not let subscribers strive the sport forward of its official launch on Friday.

EA Access is meant to present 10 hours of early entry to all new EA video games. But the writer has determined to tug this provide for Star Wars in a transfer it blamed on decreasing spoilers.

“We’ve opted not to have early/timed access (Play First Trial), in part to reduce the risk of spoilers,” EA mentioned in a tweet final night time. “Instead, EA Access members get these exclusive cosmetics!”

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Star Wars #JediFallenOrder launches this week! #EAAccess members get 10% off the sport.

We’ve opted to not have early/timed entry (Play First Trial), partly to scale back the danger of spoilers. Instead, EA Access members get these unique cosmetics!https://t.co/UQ1ZKzOvnh pic.twitter.com/tRV7rQjnQb

— EA Access (@EAAccess) November 11, 2019

EA promotes its Early Trials as one of many three principal causes you must subscribe to EA Access, together with a 10 per cent low cost on digital recreation purchases and entry to EA’s vault of older video games.

The writer doesn’t normally withold a trial from single-player video games. EA Access subscribers may beforehand play 10 hours of Mass Effect Andromeda, for instance – though that trial gained a blended response.

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