Star Wars: Squadrons, FIFA & More: EA Play Now in Xbox Game Pass for PC


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 Thursday March 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
  • Battlefield V
  • Dragon Age
  • FIFA 20
  • Madden 20
  • Mass Effect 1 – 3
  • NHL 20
  • 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.

also read: Xbox Series X: Console names confuse buyers – Microsoft goes one better.

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) * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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„God of War: Ragnarok“, „Halo: Infinite“, „Far Cry 6“ & Co.: Das sind die Game-Highlights 2021

“God of War: Ragnarok”: Although details are not known, the game will play some time after the events of “God of War”. However, both Freya and the god of thunder Thor will want to take revenge on Kratos and his son Atreus. “God of War: Ragnarok” was supposed to be released in the course of 2021, but the game now counts as a wobbly candidate and the release could not take place until 2022 either. © Sony/Playstation
Should have led the supposed triumph of the new Xbox console at the end of the year: the Master Chief out "Halo Infinite".
“Halo: Infinite”: The Master Chief from “Halo” should have led the triumphant advance of the new Xbox console at the end of 2020. But the game was postponed to 2021. But the wait should be worth it for gamers: According to Microsoft, it will be the greatest adventure to save humanity to date. In addition, the plot should be much more human. © 343 Industries / Microsoft
Far Cry 6 Giancarlo Esposito Cover Kind
“Far Cry 6”: The setting is Yara, a fictional Caribbean island that is based on Cuba. The island is ruled by the dictator “El Presidente” Antón Castillo (played by Giancarlo Esposito), who raises his son Diego (Anthony Gonzalez) according to his example to follow his rule. The player takes on the role of the guerrilla fighter Dani Rojas, who tries to overthrow Castillo and his regime. © Ubisoft
Hitman 3
“Hitman 3”: The new offshoot is also a stealth game that is played from a third-person perspective. Players regain control of the assassin Agent 47. In the game, he travels to different locations and carries out assassinations of criminal targets around the world. The base game offers new locations including Dubai, Dartmoor, Berlin and Chongqing. © IO Interactive
“Hogwarts Legacy” lets PC and console gamers explore the game world freely.
“Hogwarts Legacy”: Players take on the role of a new student at Hogwarts in the late 1800s. He chooses his Hogwarts house, attends classes and explores an open world made up of places like the Forbidden Forest and the village of Hogsmeade. In the game, the budding magician learns to cast various spells, brew potions, tame magical beasts and master other skills. A moral system will also play a role in the game © Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment / Avalanche Software
Horizon Forbidden West
“Horizon Forbidden West”: The second part continues the story of Aloy, a young huntress from the Nora tribe, who is sent on the search for the origin of a mysterious plague that kills everyone who infects her. © Sony / Guerrilla Games
“Scorn”: Visually, “Scorn” is strongly reminiscent of the “Alien” films and the works of the artist HR Giger. The player controls a skinless humanoid who resembles himself in a dark world full of strange creatures and a living techno-organic structure made of steel, flesh and bones. © Microsoft / Ebb Software
Resident Evil 8 Village Alter Mann Shotgun Wald
Resident Evil 8 – Village: The game takes place a few years after the events of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. Speaking of the story during the reveal, Capcom’s Kellen Haney said, “Ethan’s world suddenly collapses again when Chris Redfield, an unexpected yet familiar face, shows up and sets in motion a chain of events in the course of which a desperate Ethan replies to Chris’ looks for shocking deeds and finally finds him in a mysterious village. “ © Capcom
“Deathloop”: In Deathloop, the player slips into the role of Colt, an assassin who is stuck in a time loop and wakes up on a beach on the island of Blackreef. The other residents of Blackreef, a former army base where strange experiments were once carried out, have invested in the island and gathered for the night to have a party that seems to last forever as at the end of each night the island turns up reset the beginning of the party in this time warp. © Bethesda
Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2
“Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2”: Bloodlines 2 follows a human in 21st century Seattle who is killed and resuscitated as a “Thinblood” vampire with weak vampiric abilities. It is played mainly from the first-person perspective, which switches to the third-person perspective for certain activities. The player assigns his character to one of three disciplines before joining one of several vampire clans. © Paradox Interactive / Hardsuit Labs

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