Microsoft announced that EA Play will be part of Xbox Game Pass on November 10th. The next games that will be added to the service have also been determined.
It won't be long before you can play exciting Electronic Arts games "for free" if you have an Xbox Game Pass. EA Play to be added on November 10th, coinciding with the launch of the Xbox Series X / S
It starts soon!
So if you buy an Xbox Series X / S and use the Game Pass, you will not only get access to the already included games, but also to a selection of EA titles – right at the start of the next-gen -Consoles. It then contains over 60 titles by Electronic Arts from "The Vault". You can also test new games for ten hours for free and get a discount on EA game purchases.
Microsoft also announced which new games will be added to Xbox Game Pass soon. These are:
- Doom Eternal – starting October 1st
- Drake Hollow – October 1st
- Brütal Legend – from October 8th
- Forza Motorsport 7 – starting October 8th
- Ikenfell – from October 8th
- Gears Tactics – November 10th
- Microsoft Flight Simulator World Update 1: Japan – out now
- No Man's Sky: Origins
Note that some games are also disappearing from Xbox Game Pass. You will have to do without these titles from October 15th:
- Felix the Reaper (console and PC)
- Metro 2033 Redux (console and PC)
- Minit (console and PC)
- Saints Row IV Re-Elected (PC)
- State of Mind (PC)
For PC gamers, EA Play will not start until December in Game Pass. An exact date has not yet been given. If you already have an EA Play subscription and the Xbox Game Pass, your EA Play subscription will automatically be terminated and you will receive a credit. So you don't have to cancel anything yourself, everything runs automatically.
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