The case of "Madden 17" being inaccessible in the EA Access Trial is brought by the time schedule set by the developer before players can divulge on the game. Several fans took to twitter their frustration over the game's inaccessibility despite Pre-ordering and downloading the game on their consoles.
Apparently, "Madden 17" on EA Access will not go live until the 18th of August regardless if you have pre ordered and downloaded the game, Attack of the Fanboy reports. It's several more hours before players can actually play the "Madden 17" on their Xbox One consoles.
Adding frustration to the players is the fact that some of them were able to play "Madden 17" as soon as they clicked on "Download Trial," but for the majority of players, they were not able to clock in. The Early Access should be able to give a run down on those who were able to download the game.
Take note that, because you have already downloaded the Trial doesn't you will be able to play it until the final release of "Madden 17." Reports reveal that players have exactly 10 hours to play the game from the time they downloaded the game. This why, it is advisable not to stray too far from the game and avoid reading too much on the game's menus.
EA Access membership if you haven't subscribed to the service costs $4.99 a month or a total of $30 for a one year subscription. If you want to get the first hand on the most current EA games, we suggest subscribing to the service.
The "Madden 17" trial is currently available on the Xbox One platform and its official release will be on the 25th of August 2016. More updates on "Madden 17?" Read on Game & Guide for the most current news and info.