UPDATE (15/10/14): The game has now been added to the EA Access Vault, so you can download it and play right now if you're an EA Access subcriber. Original article follows.
Yesterday, Microsoft sent out their regular Xbox Insider email to users across the UK. That's not surprising. They do it every now and again.
What most people won't have noticed though, is that at the bottom of the email, there's an advert for EA Access, only it isn't just any old advert. It states "Play the Best of EA for just £3.99 a month" and lists four games, three of which are available in the EA Access Vault to download and play for the duration of your EA Access subscription - FIFA 14, Battlefield 4, and Need for Speed: Rivals.
The last one though, is Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare.
There's been no official confirmation as yet, but we've clipped the advert from the email and you can check it out to the right. There's no other text in the email relating to EA Access, so we're not missing anything. It sure looks like EA are trying to imply that the game will be added to the service shortly, does it not?