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EA Play subscription goes live on Steam

Electronic Arts' newly rebranded game subscription service EA Play is now available on Steam, coming online on the platform close to a year after the company announced its intentions. For $4.99 a month or $29.99 a year, Steam users can now subscribe to the service and gain access to almost every EA game available on Steam, alongside several other perks.

The full games list available on the service can be found by heading here, with highlights including complete franchises like Battlefield, Mass Effect, and Need for Speed, as well as EA Originals like A Way Out and Unravel. The individual Steam store pages of included games also contain a link to EA Play now, notifying users of the subscription. The only games missing from the service are recent high-profile releases such as Madden NFL 21 and Command & Conquer Remastered Collection.

Subscribers also gain a 10% discount on EA items available on Steam, 10-hour trials for new games from the publisher, and some exclusive in-game rewards for currently supported titles.

Formerly known as EA Access, the EA Play label now spans across PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. The subscription's original PC variants on the Origin store continue being available with their much larger collections of games as well.

Moreover, preparing for the surge of new players that will be enjoying recent EA games that arrived to Steam, over 1000 achievements were recently added to EA-published games on the platform, which also sync with Origin-owned versions. Speaking of Origin, EA is currently prepping a massive overhaul of the store and client.

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