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EA’s console focused subscription service EA Access (as opposed to it’s PC counterpart, Origin Access) is finally coming to PS4 in just under a month with a bunch of classic games to dig in to.

EA Access

After being exclusive to Xbox One for quite a few years now, EA Access will hit PS4 on July 24th. It’ll come with all the vault titles that are available on Xbox One, along with the ten-hour trials for more recent releases. The subscription costs $5/month of $30/year, and provides subscribers with discounts on EA titles, add-ons, and microtransactions (which is definitely what they are).

If you’re lucky enough to have both consoles, keep in mind that subscriptions don’t transfer between platforms, because that would be too easy. If you have a subscription set up on Xbox One (or PC’s Origin Access for that matter), you’ll need to make a new one for your PlayStation.

You can check out the full list of vault games right here – some highlights include Battlefield V, NHL 19, The Sims 4, Battlefront II, as well as all the mainline Mass Effect, Dead Space and Dragon Age titles. Let us know what you think in the comments!


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EA Access Coming to PS4 on July 24th