EA Access has been out for a few years now, first announced back in 2014 for the Xbox One. Those wishing for an EA Access PlayStation 4 service are finally in luck as the company has announced the video game subscription service is on its way to Sony’s gaming console.
If you’re unfamiliar with the video game service, EA Access gives gamers access to over 50 games in the EA Vault which they can play as if they owned the title. DLC and add-ons are not included but you can save 10% on full games, season passes, DLC, and Ultimate Team content.
While older titles like Battlefield V, FIFA19, Unravel 2, Titanfall 2, and Mass Effect Andromeda will be available in the EA Access Vault, some titles available on the Xbox One version of the service won’t be available as they are Xbox 360 Backward Compatible titles. In addition, gamers can get early access to new EA games before they launch, usually for a week and up to 10 hours of playtime, without having to pre-order it. Should you like it and choose to buy it (with a 10% discount), your progress will carry over.
The service costs US$5/mth or $30/year, which really is a fantastic deal, especially if you don’t mind waiting 6 months to a year to play a specific title. Regardless, if you do buy a lot of games, that 10% discount will cover the subscription fee in short order as well.
The EA Access PlayStation 4 game subscription service will be available in July. In the meantime, you can head to the link below to sign up for updates.Source: EA
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