For Xbox Game Pass, players on console are indulging heavily on the library of games that are primed for users on the current and remaining last-generation players. For Microsoft, the firm unveiled that the launch of the Xbox Series X|S SKUs both broke records equally for the Xbox brand. In particular with the monthly subscription service, the firm tells that roughly 70 percent of those that own the latest hardware is actively using Xbox Game Pass.
On launch day for the new systems uniquely, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate owners are then greeted with EA Play: a similarly-structured service which offers unique benefits to users that regular Electronic Arts-published releases. Howbeit, the perk at the time only remained unique to console owners as Xbox Game Pass for PC is projected to receive the service in December.
Well, December is now and as part of The Game Awards announcement showcasing new games coming to the entirety of the Xbox Game Pass ecosystem – EA Play looks to possibly launch for PC’s Xbox Game Pass this coming Tuesday, December 15. You can watch the trailer in the video below:
While there is an entire anthology of games already in The Play List, the trailer emphasizes on about a handful of games: Dragon Age: Inquisition, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, The Sims 4, Titanfall 2. And just to reiterate, that only scratches the surface of what players can also find when they search for themselves when EA Play goes live next week.
To grasp a better understanding, Rectify Gaming orchestrated a list already of the games available for EA Play via Xbox. So while the roster is specified for Microsoft’s system, majority of the games present can be applied to EA Play for PC. You can read the full list of titles by heading here.
Are you excited EA Play is finally fitting Xbox Game Pass for PC?