EA Play Added To Xbox Game Pass – For Free!

The Xbox Game Pass subscription service is one of the best ways to experience the best that Xbox has to offer. Currently available in both PC-only and Ultimate (PC + console) versions, the Game Pass provides access to over 100 Xbox titles, including Minecraft Dungeons, Halo: The Master Chief Collection, and more.

New games are added all the time, and a subscription also comes with bonus access to Xbox Live Gold services. Starting September 15, Ultimate pass holders will also be able to access their games via Android mobile devices.

How could that possibly get any better? Well, what about adding a subscription to EA Play — at no additional charge?

EA Play, formerly called EA Access, offers approximately 60 Electronic Arts titles, including entries from the Mass Effect, Sims, Battlefield, and FIFA franchises. Members will also be able to access exclusive members-only rewards, including in-game challenges, discounts on digital purchases, and more. Subscription holders also get the chance to experience trial versions of upcoming EA titles before any other gamers.

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate holders will be able to access EA Play from PC as well as Xbox One, Series X, and Series S consoles. Access via Android mobile devices is also in the planning stage and will be added in the future. Game Pass for PC holders will be able to play EA games using Windows 10.

EA Play access is planned to be added to Xbox Game Pass during the 2020 holiday season. An official release date has not yet been announced. However, you can get ready for this exciting addition by purchasing your very own Xbox Game Pass subscription today. Month-by-month plans, as well as yearlong access bundles, are available via the official Game Pass Web site.

Which games from EA Play are you most excited to experience alongside Xbox Game Pass? Let us know!

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