Electronic Arts (EA) will soon bring its subscription service, EA Access, to PlayStation 4. This July onwards, gamers will be able to get early access trials and the Vault of existing EA games through the service.
EA Access on the PS4 will cost $4.99 per month, or $29.99 annually, which puts it on par with the Xbox One.
The Play First Trials in EA Access will grant players up to 10 hours on newer titles, like Anthem, Battlefield 5, and FIFA 19. If you like the games, you also get a 10% discount on digital full-game purchases, expansions, and even in-game items.
As part of your subscription, the Vault has more than 50 games, such as Star Wars Battlefront 2, Burnout Paradise Remastered, Fe, The Sims 4, Battlefield 1, and EA Sports’ most recent Madden, NBA, and NHL games.
However, there is not yet a complete list of games that would be available for the PS4, although the list is expected to be smaller due to the lack of backwards compatibility.
The availability of EA Access on the PS4 is a reversal by the company, which stated back in 2014 that it “does not bring the kind of value PlayStation customers have come to expect.”