If you subscribed to EA Access just so you could gloat about having early access to games, we’re not sure you’re quite getting what you paid for. Sure, you can play Madden NFL 15 before the rest of the world, but you’ll only be able to play it for six hours before handing over your cash.
Still, if you want to try before you buy, six hours should be plenty of time to give you an idea of whether or not this football game is for you. Remember, if you don’t have an EA Access account, you’re not getting any playable demo at all, so that’s always something to consider.
It’s not clear whether the six hours of free Madden will extend beyond the game’s official in-store release on August 25. After that date, EA Access subscribers could well be in the same boat as the rest of us, left without a demo.