Xbox Game Pass PC and Ultimate members will be given access to EA Play on PC starting tomorrow, March 18.
Subscribers will be able to access more than 60 games from EA’s vault, including Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Star Wars Squadrons and The Sims 4. Discounts on digital purchases of EA games, game trials and monthly in-game rewards for games like Madden 21 and Apex Legends will also be provided to subscribers.
The way players will access EA Play on PC has been detailed in this short video. Subscribers will have to sign in to the Xbox app on PC, then they will need to install the EA Desktop app to download their EA Play game of choice. After linking their EA account to their Xbox account, they will then be able to download and play games from the EA library. EA Play previously arrived on consoles for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members in November of 2020.
It’s been quite the week for Xbox Game Pass. After Microsoft’s acquisition of Zenimax was officially confirmed, 20 Bethesda titles were brought to the service including Dishonored, Doom and Skyrim. We also learned earlier this week that the upcoming Square Enix shooter Outriders would be coming to Game Pass for console on launch day, that Undertale would hit the service, and that the previously Switch exclusive Octopath Traveler would launch on Xbox through Game Pass.
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