EA Access will soon be available on Steam

EA Access will soon be available on Steam

EA Access will soon be available on Steam

EA is getting ready to launch EA Access on Steam, offering PC gamers the opportunity to utilise to the publisher’s subscription service outside of the company’s Origin platform. 

On Steam, EA Access will cost $4.99 per month or $29.99 per year and according to EA, the service is launching “very soon”. Like EA’s Origin Access service, Steam’s EA Access service will offer subscribers access to a large number of EA’s best titles, including games from the Battlefield franchise, the Need for Speed series, Plants vs Zombies, STAR WARS Battlefront and more. Subscribers will also get a 10% discount on EA games/DLC and access to 10-hour demos for newly-released or upcoming games. 

With this move, EA will expand its Game Pass Service to a wider PC consumer base, taking advantage of Steam’s market dominance to expand their subscription revenues. EA already offers EA Access on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and their Origin client, making Steam the next logical place to expand their service into. 

Below is what EA has to say about their Access subscription service. 

     

   What is EA Access?

Glad you asked! EA Access is the ultimate gaming destination for anyone who loves EA games. Membership gives you more of your favorite EA titles. More rewards, more exclusive trials, and more discounts – all for just $4.99 a month or $29.99 a year!

Here is what’s included:

– Unlock exclusive challenges and rewards, member-only content, early trials of new releases, and access to a library of top titles.
– Play select new-release games for up to 10 hours even before they launch.
– Get more to play with unlimited access to a collection of Electronic Arts’ fan-favorite series and top titles.
– Save 10% on all EA digital purchases on Steam including game downloads, Season Passes, points packs, and DLC. 

 

EA Access will soon be available on Steam

More information about EA Access is available on the service’s Steam page. 

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