Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Subscribers Will Get Access to EA Play Games on November 10
EA Play will join Xbox Game Pass Ultimate the same day that Microsoft launches Xbox Series X and S.
Although Microsoft won’t be able to release Halo Infinite as a launch title for Xbox Series X | S later this year, the company will deliver a ton of cross-gen and next-gen games through Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
Earlier this month, Microsoft and Electronic Arts officially revealed their partnership on adding EA Play games to the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate library with no additional cost for subscribers. The deal simply means over 70 titles published by EA over the previous and current generation of consoles will be available for free for all Game Pass Ultimate subscribers.
Today, Microsoft officially revealed that EA Play games will be available on Game Pass Ultimate as of November 10th, the same day that the company launches its next-gen consoles.
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EA Play is currently available on Xbox consoles and PC as a separate subscription service, charging subscribers $4.99 for each month. On the other hand, you can get Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $14.99 per month that includes over 100 games, from Xbox first-party titles to some popular third-party games, Xbox Live Gold membership, Project xCloud membership, and Xbox Game Pass for PC.
Battlefield V, FIFA 20, Madden 20, NHL 20, Need For Speed Heat, A Way Out, Anthem, Titanfall 2, Mass Effect series, Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, Dragon Age series, Dead Space series, and Crysis series are some of the notable titles that will be added to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate on November 10 this year. Not to mention that all Game Pass Ultimate subscribers will be able to play 10 hours of every upcoming EA title a few days before release date for free.
Aside from EA Play titles, Microsoft will also add some other games from third-party developers to the Game Pass library, such as Destiny 2: Beyond Light, Bright Memory, and Gears Tactics to expand the number of games available ay launch for Xbox Series X and S.