EA Play officially launching on Game Pass PC

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Microsoft announced today that starting March 18th, PC subscribers of Xbox Game pass will have full access to EA Play.

The partnership was announced late last year, but the full rollout of EA’s subscription service was delayed in late December. 

The partnership brings the two subscription services together under the one service, which includes 60 EA titles, all for the same cost as a normal subscription. 

From tomorrow at 9pm GMT, subscribers can access the EA Play service on PC.

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EA Play features a number of the publisher’s biggest titles, including the likes of; Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, FIFA 20, Titanfall 2 and Need for Speed Heat.

Several titles are already available on the service. Microsoft added a limited number around the time of the originally planned rollout.

Starting tomorrow, players can also access the latest title to release on the service, Star Wars Squadrons. 

Game Pass subscribers will also gain access to EA Play's monthly rewards. March’s rewards include FIFA Ultimate Team card packs and N7 Weapon Charm for Apex Legends. 

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Xbox’s recent acquisition of Bethesda brought with it a number of new titles, including The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Fallout 4 and Fallout 76.

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With over 18 million subscribers and counting, Game Pass seems to be Microsoft’s primary focus in this generation. 

While Sony continues to develop first-party titles, Microsoft is building its Netflix-like subscription service on Xbox Series S, X and PC.

Cloud access to to the service is also growing, with a number of new games announced for it yesterday, including Yakuza 6: Song of Life.

Whatever console you’re playing Game Pass on, it seems Microsoft is committed to providing the best possible value for money. This coming console generation is certainly shaping up to be an interesting one.

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