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Sony Approves EA Access for PS4, Five Years Later

EA Access for PS4

Up to now, EA Access has been available on both Xbox  One and PC. The service offers unlimited game access to specific titles if you pay a specific amount each month. When it launched for Xbox One five years ago, Sony decided to not offer the service to PS4 owners but that is about to change. EA Access for PS4 is coming to consoles this July.

The service will cost either R48.50 per month or R299 per year an and offer unlimited access to EA’s vault of games including older ones and current ones like FIFA 19. EA Access for PS4 will also offer access to upcoming games in early access as well as 10% discount on game purchases under certain conditions.

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If you have an active subscription to EA access on Xbox One or PC, you will still need to get a separate one for PS4 as they do not go across platforms.

PS4 owners have been missing out on early access to titles due to EA Access not being available. Anthem, which released earlier this year saw PS4 owners have to wait an extra week to get access to the game due to the early access period locking them out of playing until launch day.

EA has yet to reveal what games will be coming to PS4 when it launches but it could include all older games on the service. We will have to wait and see what happens when the service releases on PS4 this July.