EA Play Comes To Steam Later This Month
Electronic Arts’ newly named subscription service EA Play, a combination of both Access and Origins, is making its way to Steam on August 31.
This means you can play a bunch of EA titles–such as Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and Titanfall 2, as well as upcoming releases like Madden NFL 21 and Star Wars: Squadrons– on Steam for the cost of a single subscription. While Play launches on Steam later this month, the service is currently available on PC via Origin, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The Steam launch makes it the fourth platform EA Play will be available on.
Following the consolidation and name change, the formerly known Origins Access Premier is now called EA Play Pro. Both EA Play and Play Pro are available on PC for Origin and Steam. Play costs $5 a month ($30 a year), while Play Pro retails for $15 a month ($100 a year).
Though the branding changed, the benefits remain the same. EA Play lets you play hundreds of games, typically from EA’s own catalog, and gives you free trial periods and access to games ahead of launch. Play Pro functions like Xbox Game Pass, letting you play as many games as you want without restrictions.
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