EA Access launches on PlayStation 4 in July

Kelley Robertson
July 2, 2019

EA has confirmed the launch date for EA Access on PS4.

The service will go live this July 24th and will be similar to the PC and Xbox One versions.

Earlier this year, EA confirmed their subscription service would come to PS4 this year. You'll also get a 10% discount on digital copies of EA games, season passes, DLC, and - for the Federation Internationale de Football Association fans - Ultimate Team content. After years of exclusivity on Xbox, the service will soon be available to PlayStation players. Games in the PS4 Vault now include Unravel 2, Battlefield V, Federation Internationale de Football Association 19, Madden 19, National Hockey League 19, A Way Out, Fe, Titanfall 2, The Sims 4, and more. If you wanna be grim, it's a $5 demo, but the 10% discount would make it essentially free if you chose to buy the game.

- Try many new EA games before launch day.


EA does not now offer multi-discounts for players wanting a subscription on more than one platform. For a full list of the games included in EA Access, you can check out EA Access' official website.

EA Access operates as a different account when using different consoles. Sony previously blocked EA from launching the service on PlayStation in 2014 but it looks like they are ready to accept it now. So gamers will have to have separate accounts for each console whether it be Sony or Microsoft.

There were earlier speculations that Sony's next-generation console, PlayStation 5, could be released this year.

Wilson then reflected on the differences between usual FPS players and BioWare players more generally, acknowledging that they have "different expectations" of what a BioWare game "should be".

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