Microsoft and Electronic Arts have announced that EA Play will be added to Xbox Game Pass at no additional cost. In the Ultimate version and the version for PC. More than 60 EA games will be available from Christmas.
Of the Xbox Game Pass is becoming more and more attractive, because from this Christmas season you can also use the EA Play service – without having to pay anything extra.
EA Play becomes part of the Xbox Game Pass
EA Play will be available in both Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and Game Pass for PC. This means that you can use the service on Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S and Windows 10 PCs. This gives you access to over 60 games that are included in EA Play. These include:
- FIFA 20
- The games in the Battlefield series
- The Mass Effect titles
- Need for speed heat
- The Sims
- and many more
You can also use the full EA Play service with challenges, rewards, discounts on digital purchases and early access to new games. It is also possible to play some of the games on Android devices via cloud gaming.
All you have to do is buy the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for around 13 euros (1 euro in the first month) or the Game Pass for PC for around 4 euros a month (also only 1 euro for the first month).
Microsoft and Electronic Arts have not yet given an exact start date for EA Play via the Xbox Game Pass. But it is said that it should start this Christmas season.
Microsoft wants to further increase the value of the Xbox Game Pass and make it even more attractive for gamers. The Game Pass is developing more and more into a kind of Netflix for gamers. It will be interesting to see which developers and publishers will join in the future and then also offer their games via the Xbox Game Pass.
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