As mentioned last month, Electronic Arts’ premium subscription service EA Access, where gamers can have access to a vast library of games for a single monthly price, is finally coming to PS4. Currently available exclusively to Xbox One and PC (as Origin Access Premiere), the service arrives on PlayStation 4 in the summer on July 24th.
The service will allow gamers to play games a few days prior to their release, but also allow for a ten percent discount for any games players want to buy and keep for themselves, even if they decide to drop the service at a later date. The library will include games like Battlefield V, Unravel 2, No Way Out, Mass Effect: Andromeda, Titanfall 2, Fe, Madden NFL 19, FIFA 19, NHL 19, NBA Live 19, Burnout Paradise, and The Sims 4: Console, among other titles.
The service will cost players $4.99 if they want to pay monthly, but players will be able to pay for a yearly subscription to the for $29.99. EA Access is just one of the many services making its way into gaming of late, as Ubisoft just recently announced UPlay+ for PC and Google Stadia. The Google Stadia is of course a subscription service itself, and it doubtlessly won’t be long until other publishers figure out a way to monetize their own older libraries for gamers looking to access a wide variety of games for a low monthly fee.
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