Xbox Confirms EA Play Titles Coming To Game Pass Along With The X / S Series Launch



Microsoft has confirmed that the EA Play service will be added to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate starting November 10, the launch day of the X and S series.

The service, which will make a library of Electronic Arts titles available as part of the existing Ultimate subscription, will be added later in December for PC.

“Some of the best EA Play games” will also be available to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members to play on Android devices via the cloud, said Sarah Bond, head of game partnerships at Microsoft.

Priced at $ 14.99 / £ 10.99, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate combines Xbox Live Gold membership with Xbox Game Pass for console and PC.

Xbox has also confirmed upcoming additions and departures for the Game Pass library:

Soon on Game Pass

  • Doom Eternal (Android and console) – October 1
  • Drake Hollow (PC) – October 1
  • Brutal Legend (Console) – October 8
  • Forza Motorsport 7 (Android, console, and PC) – October 8
  • Ikenfell (Console and PC) – October 8

Departure on October 15th

  • Felix the Reaper (Console & PC)
  • Metro 2033 Redux (Console and PC)
  • Minit (Console and PC)
  • Saints Row IV reelected (PC)
  • State of mind (PC)

EA Play is Electronic Arts’ recently rebranded subscription service (formerly EA Access / Origin Access for PC), which gives members unlimited access to full versions of certain games from the old catalog.

The service currently includes over 60 titles including FIFA 20, Titanfall 2, Need for Speed ​​Heat, Anthem, as well as entries in the Battlefield, Mass Effect, Skate and The Sims series.

Subscribers also get early access to most new EA games, including the upcoming FIFA 21, and get 10% off EA digital purchases.



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