Should you happen to have an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription, the entire EA Play catalogue is now available to download and play on the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
Your backlog is about to fill up. Log on to your Xbox One or Series X|S and go to the Xbox Game Pass section, and you will find the wide selection that EA Play has to offer. Included on EA Play are, among others:
- Battlefield V
- Dragon Age Inquisition
- FIFA 20
- Madden NFL 20
- Mass Effect franchise, including Andromeda
- NBA Live 19
- Need for Speed franchise, including Need for Speed Heat
- NHL 20
- Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare 2
- Rocket Arena
- The Sims 4
- Star Wars Battlefront 2
- Titanfall 2
- UFC 3
That’s not to mention a huge list of Xbox 360 titles, including the fabulous Dead Space series. EA Play also allows you to trial new games for 10 hours with no further commitment to pay. At the moment, this includes:
- Star Wars Squadrons
- Madden NFL 21
- FIFA 21
Big up Star Wars Squadrons, which can feasibly be completed in that timeframe. Set your watches!
EA Play offers in-game challenges, in-game rewards, members’ only content and discounts on EA games via the Xbox Marketplace.
If you ask us, we’ve already got a backlog as big as a Series X|S to get through, but this is wonderful nonetheless. We might boot Titanfall 2 again for giggles.
The service will also be available to PC players from December 15th, allowing access to the library from the EA Desktop app, or via the Windows 10 Store. There is no information about how long EA Play will be available on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
Let us know in the comments which of the huge list of EA Play titles you’ll be booting up first through Xbox Game Pass. We’d love to hear your thoughts and comments.