If you've always flirted with taking a closer look at the subscription service EA Play (formerly EA Access), you are now offered a very special opportunity. The publisher Electronic Arts has given the go-ahead for a new promotional campaign that doesn't even require you to pay a euro.
The current offer is only valid for new members who have not previously created an EA Play account. However, they only have to pay 99 cents for the first month. Should you decide to use the subscription service afterwards, you will have to pay 3.99 euros per month or 24.99 euros per year. However, you shouldn't take too much time with your decision: The current offer is only valid until March 9, 2021, after which the promotional campaign ends.
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With a subscription to EA Play, for example, it is possible to try out new games ten days before the actual release for ten hours – with the Pro version of the subscription even for an unlimited time. You can also test new games for ten hours without having to accept any content restrictions. There is also exclusive content, special in-game rewards and a discount of ten percent on purchases. Furthermore, you get unlimited access to a collection of premium games from Electronic Arts. You can find more details on the official website.
Source: Electronic Arts
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