Starting today, EA Play is also integrated into the Xbox Game Pass for PC – at no additional cost. This includes over 60 games from EA.
The Xbox Game Pass * continues to pick up speed: Microsoft’s large gaming ecosystem is still in its infancy, but the games subscription portfolio is gradually being expanded. Just recently, numerous Bethesda classics such as “Skyrim” or “Fallout” * were added. As of today, EA Play is also integrated into the Xbox Game Pass for PC, which means that subscribers can now play a large number of EA titles – at no additional cost to the regular subscription fees.
Xbox Game Pass with EA Play: These are the highlights
EA Play includes a total of over 60 games. Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers have already had access to it for a few months – now pure PC users are also joining. From the today ThursdayMarch 18 from 10 p.m. EA Play is also included in the Xbox Game Pass for PC. We have listed below which highlights players can expect:
A Way Out
Mass Effect 1 – 3
Need for Speed Heat
Star Wars: Battlefront 2
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
Star Wars: Squadrons
EA Play also offers additional advantages. Users receive, among other things early access to new games from EA. There is also Discounts on numerous digital games and DLCs.
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EA Play not integrated in Xbox Game Pass for consoles
The Xbox Game Pass is currently available in three different subscription plans: for PC, for console and as an Ultimate subscription. With the latter, the Xbox Game Pass is available on all platforms including Android mobile devices via the cloud. EA Play is not included in the Game Pass for consoles – If you want to play the EA titles on the Xbox, you need the Ultimate subscription. The Xbox Game Pass for consoles or PC costs 9.99 euros per month each. The fees for the Ultimate variant are 12.99 per month. (Ök) * tz.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.
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