EA Play, the rebranded EA Access subscription, has finally come to Steam, offering users access to a large collection of Electronic Arts-published games and other perks for $4.99 per month.
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EA has announced that the much-anticipated Steam release of its EA Play subscription (originally EA Access) will be happening on August 31, bringing over its vault of games, perks, and more.
EA Access and Origin Access subscription services across consoles and PC are getting a rework, taking the name EA Play and also gaining some new perks. The changes will occur next week.
Electronic Arts seems to be almost ready to launch its EA Access subscription service on Steam. A new Steam subscriptions page has gone up for the service, saying the launch will happen "very soon".
EA's subscription services Origin Access on PC and EA Access on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 are currently running discounts, dropping from the standard $4.99 to $0.99 for a single month of access.
A week after the first one, EA has brought over the second wave of its published games over to Steam, this time including a range of Battlefield, Star Wars Battlefront, and Mass Effect games.
A horde of EA games has stealthily landed on Steam, including Mirror's Edge Catalyst, Dragon Age II and Inquisition, and much more. The store pages tease EA Access's imminent arrival as well.
EA has announced that its Originals-published title Sea of Solitude has hit Origin Access Basic as well as the EA Access game subscription services. There are three more games available now too.
Microsoft today announced that Xbox Game Pass Ultimate will come bundled with Spotify Premium, EA Access, and Discord Nitro, for new subscribers. At the moment, it's available for $1 as well.
EA officially confirmed today that its portfolio of published games is finally returning to Steam, starting with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. The subscription service EA Access is also being added.
BioWare's latest live service-focused action RPG Anthem is now a member of all the base subscription programs of EA, joining Origin Access Basic on PC, along with EA Access on Xbox One and PS4.
As promised by Electronic Arts last month, the company's subscription service, EA Access, is finally heading to PlayStation 4 next month. EA has confirmed July 24 as the official release date.
EA has announced that its game subscription service is finally coming to PlayStation 4 later this year. EA Access on the new platform will carry the same benefits and prices of the Xbox One version.
Electronic Arts is giving Xbox One and PC owners the chance to get started with their journey in Anthem a week earlier than everyone else, with a First Play Trial available on EA and Origin Access.
While the early access period was slated to begin tomorrow, November 9, EA has opened up Battlefield V to EA Access, Origin Access, and Origin Access Premier subscribers on Xbox One and PC early.
Microsoft has announced that it's rolling out a new version of the EA Access Hub app for Xbox One users in the Insider program, bringing a new design, better performance, and other improvements.
This week's Deals with Gold include several big franchises including Halo Wars 2, Overwatch, Fortnite, Mass Effect, and much more which should ensure your week is jam-packed with games to play.
BioWare's most recent RPG, Mass Effect: Andromeda, is now available for EA Access and Origin Access subscribers on the Xbox One and PC. The move arrives just seven months after the game's launch.
Bioware's recent RPG, Mass Effect: Andromeda, is soon coming to EA's subscription services, EA Access on Xbox One and Origin Access on PC. Battlefront II and NFS: Payback trials are also incoming.
Battlefield 1 - the series' latest instalment, which took the series to the First World War - is now available for EA Access subscribers on the Xbox One and Origin Access subscribers on PC.
Origin Access and EA Access members can now enjoy Respawn Entertainment's shooter from last year, Titanfall 2, as the game was added to both subscription services earlier today.
A new announcement by EA has revealed that Battlefield 1, Titanfall 2, as well as other EA games, DLCs, and trials will be available on EA Access and Origin Access over the coming months.
EA is giving free access to games in its EA Access and Origin Access Vaults on Xbox One and PC this week. Additionally, several EA titles are available as limited trials for PlayStation 4.
The Frostbite-powered FIFA 17 is now available for everyone subscribed to EA Access and Origin Access. This is the first title in the FIFA series to arrive with an added single-player campaign.
Mass Effect Andromeda will launch soon, but gamers will get to experience a good chunk of the game as part of a free play event. However, there will be restrictions besides the 10-hour limit.
The highly-awaited game is getting trials akin to other games from EA via EA Access. The service will be made available on the Xbox One, however, PC users can use Origin Access to play the trial.
Electronic Arts has an Xbox One exclusive game library that houses multiple titles under the EA umbrella, this will be available to Xbox Live Gold subscribers for free next week.
EA has launched a new subscription game service for PC gamers that will allow unlimited access to 'The Vault'. The Vault will offer a variety of titles, that can be played for $4.99 USD a month.
You can now play Star Wars Battlefront on Xbox One via EA Access, which also will save you money on the game should you purchase it.
Electronic Arts has announced that Battlefield Hardline will be free to Xbox One users subscribed to its EA Access service. 'Access' is a subscription service that costs $5 / month.
A Reddit user has discovered that the most recent Battlefield title, 'Hardline', is to be free via EA Access next month, due to notification on the Xbox One app.
The newly announced bundle snags you a 1TB Xbox One, with a free copy of Madden NFL 16 and a one year subscription for EA Access for the amazing price of $399.
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The Microsoft Store has started selling 12-month subscriptions for the EA Access gaming service priced at $29.99. The service offers gamers unlimited play of a regularly updated library of games.
Microsoft is offering a free 12-month subscription for EA Access with its Xbox One in the UK, giving buyers of the console unlimited gameplay from a library of titles, plus 10% off EA game purchases.
EA's CEO has said that the company's Access gaming subscription service - which launched exclusively on the Xbox One in August - has been a success, growing "well beyond early expectations".
EA has announced that its subscription gaming service - offering unlimited gameplay on a range of titles - is now out of beta, and is available for all Xbox One owners for $4.99/month or $29.99/year.
Microsoft says that EA Access - the subscription gaming service from EA, offering unlimited access to a range of games for $4.99 a month, exclusively on the Xbox One - is "very much a game-changer."
EA has said that any games added to its subscription gaming service - which offers unlimited gameplay on a range of titles - will be permanent, growing into a much larger library of games over time.