With Xbox Series S and X launching worldwide, EA Play which is a subscription offering and was primarily known as EA Access or Origin Access now will join Xbox Game Pass on the same day of its release. That will give the owners of Xbox, be it those on Xbox 1 or Series S or X, access to 12 titles from the EA Play vault, containing FIFA 20, Need for Speed Heat, Battlefield V, and new entrant Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, accessible toady i.e. 10th November on EA Play. Few titles will further be on Android through cloud gaming. Together with, Microsoft has proclaimed a precise launch date for EA Play on Xbox Game Pass for Personal Computers and it is supposed to arrive on 15th December.
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EA Play is a courtesy offering for every Xbox Game Pass member. That states that users don’t have to fork over anything more than what they are already paying for Xbox Game Pass, which is priced at INR 489 per month on both PC and console. These are distinct subscriptions. Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, which has Xbox Game Pass for PC as well as Xbox Game Pass for Console, in addition to free bonuses, Xbox Live Gold, and cloud gaming which are available in only some markets is priced at INR 699 per month. By itself, EA Play is priced at INR 315 per month or Rs. 1,990 per year.
For Xbox Game Pass for PC members, EA Play titles will be accessible through the EA Desktop application which is presently in beta version on Windows 10. Over sixty EA titles could be downloaded and then played, from franchises like The Sims, Mass Effect, Mirror’s Edge, Skate, Titanfall, Battlefield, Need for Speed, as well as FIFA.
As for those who relish the profits of Xbox Game Pass on Android, cloud gaming is accessible in twenty-two nations. EA Play will arrive with 7 titles on 10th November.
The content strategist and partnerships senior director of EA has said that they want players to have access to the games and in-game assistances they want, in the most laid-back way possible. Also, the partnership with Xbox will make an imposing library of inordinate Xbox and EA content more readily available. Their target is to give players more choices to get more of what they admire, and this is the best way to do that.
EA Play will go live on 10th November on Xbox Game Pass for console and Android and will be accessible on 15th December on Xbox Game Pass for PC.