Electronic Arts’ subscription-based gaming service EA Play is finally coming to the PC version of the Xbox Game Pass service. Even with a few months’ delay, Microsoft will delight its players with some interesting benefits.
EA Play first collaborated with Game Pass in November last year. However, this partnership only covered console games. That’s why PC players had to wait a little longer. The system, which is normally expected to arrive on the computer in December 2020, has postponed its launch until now. But now that big day has come!
It will be free for EA Play, Game Pass and Ultimate subscribers
Owners of the Xbox Game Pass PC or Ultimate subscriber package to EA’s subscription service will pay no additional fees. If you want to play an EA game through Game Pass, the Xbox app for Windows 10 and the EA Desktop Beta app must be installed on your device. Microsoft has produced a very detailed video on how to use the service on the platform. You can also use this video to understand how the system works:
After all these adjustments are over, a world of EA Play games will be waiting for you! These include popular titles such as Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Titanfall 2, The Sims 4 and Madden NFL. Game Pass holders also have 10-hour trial access for certain popular games, such as FIFA 21. Again, it is possible to browse these productions, albeit for a limited time, at no cost.
On the other hand, Microsoft is working hard to expand Game Pass’s content library. It is known that the Octopath Traveler game will be released on PC and console on March 25. Also, many Bethesda games have already arrived on the platform as the company bought the studio!
When will EA Play, Game Pass come to PC?
The expected launch of EA Play will take place today, according to Microsoft and Electronic Arts. The launch, which starts at 5:00 p.m. U.S. time, corresponds to midnight.
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