Those titles, listed only as "coming soon," are Plants vs. Zombies, SimCity 2000, Jade Empire, Mini Metro, and the Crysis trilogy of first-person shooters.
EA expects to add the games by the end of summer. Once they join the lineup, Access subscribers will have 37 free games at their fingertips. The Mass Effect trilogy, Battlefield 4, Dragon Age: Inquisition, Torchlight 2, and Trine are some of the over three dozen games already available.
In addition to a steady trickle of free games, subscribers to EA Access get early access to new games. Of particular note, subscribers will be among the first to play Battlefield 1 ahead of its worldwide launch this October.
David Craddock posted a new article, Seven free PC games coming soon to EA's Access Vault
Can you really say the games are free when you are paying for the subscription? That's like saying netflx adds free movies every month.
Regardless, its becoming a very complete lineup.