EA announced last week that Star Wars Squadrons would be available soon EA Play will be added. Now the publisher has also revealed the official date. Accordingly, the spaceship shooter will be available "free of charge" to all subscribers from March 18th. The game was released on PC, PS4, and Xbox One in October 2020. Just a few weeks ago, EA's sci-fi title also received some next-gen improvements for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S.

EA Play is currently available for € 3.99 per month. For Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers, the console version of EA Play for Xbox is already included. In the course of the year, the service will also come to the Xbox Game Pass on the PC. The beginning of the month was already Madden NFL 21 added to EA Play selection. After Star Wars Squadrons, the release of NHL 21 in April for the service of Electronic Arts is planned.

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Star Wars: Squadrons – This is the first gameplay trailer

We also took a closer look at the spaceship shooter at launch. You can read the test on our website. Some time ago rumors made the rounds that the responsible team at Motive Studios was already working on the next Star Wars game. However, these rumors have been denied. Instead, new claims are now circulating that the creators are reviving an old publisher's brand. This could be a new offshoot of Syndicate. We'll keep you up to date.

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