Believe it or not, the EA Play subscription service will be coming to Stream. Electronic Arts announced this subscription service EA Play a couple of days ago and it will launch on Steam on August 31.
EA have rebranded their Origin Access subscription service to EA Play, offering access on Steam to its library of older games that include The Sims 4, Battlefield V, a bunch of Fifas and Maddens, Battlefront II, Jedi: Fallen Order and more, for as long as you pay. EA Play will cost £4/$5 a month or £20/$30 a year.
New releases will take some months to filter down but it will give 10% off EA game purchases, and the option to play new releases up to 10 days ahead of release, for up to a total of 10 hours.
On the other hand, the EA Play Pro will have a similar feature as EA Play but instead of 10 hours of a trial version, it will let you play the latest games as long as you desire. It will cost from £15 / $15 a month to £90 / $100 a year. But unfortunately, by the reports of PCGamesN, there will be only the basic version of EA Play available on Steam, and EA Play Pro can be only accessed exclusively in Origin.
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