EA Access will arrive at PS4. It has confirmed the publisher after FIFA or Anthem, which has confirmed for Sony users the same prices that Xbox One users already enjoy for the service: 29.99 euros per year or 4.99 euros per month. It will grant access to more than 50 games, including productions of the Star Wars category: Battlefront 2, Battlefield 1, some games of the Need for Speed franchise or the sports titles of the brand from the first day.
As it could not be otherwise, EA Access subscribers on PS4 will also be able to enjoy the First Trials of the company’s games, which will allow them to enjoy the advances in case of later purchasing the software. The subscription service also adds discounts on the in-game content of the company’s games, including points for FIFA Ultimate Team or downloadable content of its latest success, Apex Legends.
The Executive Vice President of Strategic Growth, Matt Bilbey, celebrated the agreement in a recent press release: “We continue to invest in digital subscription services, offering our games to a greater number of players from both consoles. It is a very exciting opportunity for everyone.Our goal is to offer players more options to try and play our titles when and however they want.We are very happy to bring this service to PS4. “
The landing of EA Access on Xbox One took place in 2014. Although there were many PlayStation players who were interested in the EA subscription service, it seems that the American and Japanese companies did not come to agree with their arrival, which led to a series of cross statements against the service and the system by some and others, something that has changed in recent times.
Recommended: Anthem’s player base is reduced and it’s hard to find comrades.
— EA UK (@electronicarts) May 7, 2019