Microsoft today appear the approaching accession of games from the EA Play cable account to its own Xbox Game Pass. These new titles will be accessible to Game Pass subscribers at no added cost.

EA Play will join the Game Pass lineup “this holiday,” according to a Microsoft blog post – we assume that means ancient around the 10 November launch of the new Xbox Series S.

The move adds more than 60 EA games to Microsoft’s 100 absolute Game Pass titles, including accepted franchises such as Madden, The Sims, Battlefield, and Need For Speed.


The continued archive will be accessible on Xbox consoles and Windows 10 PCs and, according to Microsoft “some of the best EA Play games will also be accessible for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate associates to play on Android accessories via the cloud at no added charge.”

Quick take: Xbox Game Pass is one of the best deals in gaming. It already appearance AAA titles from Microsoft’s centralized publishers accessible to subscribers at launch and now it’s accepting dozens of acknowledged games from the assertive administrator that is EA.

This comes with all the games currently in the EA Play lineup (list here) and access to 10 hour full-access demos for new games such as Madden 21 and FIFA 21.

If you’re already a subscriber, this is a nice anniversary gift. And if you’re not, it’s absolutely worth because signing up as the next bearing of consoles adapt to launch. By the end of the year the new Xbox Series S and X consoles will have launched, and Game Pass titles will be playable on those consoles, PC, and many Android devices. That means a Game Pass Ultimate subscription, at $14.99 monthly, will net you nearly 200 games to play on just about all of your screens.

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