Microsoft’s next-gen consoles, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, are destined to arrive on November 10 together with a chunky number of video games available at launch. With all the first-party titles available at launch, Microsoft has decided to enable preloading of the same. With numerous AAA developers and publishers ready on the line, Microsoft will have a rather crowded opening than anything else.
Starting today, Xbox Game Pass subscribers can preload EA Play games. Those that will be available at launch can now be preloaded and anticipated once the next-gen console releases. The preload is the only sole option users could choose from without doing anything else. The games will become accessible once the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S launch, and that is November 10th.
Big thanks to Tom Warren, senior editor at The Verge, for sharing this on his official Twitter profile.
Xbox Game Pass subscribers can now preload EA Play games ready for the launch next week. You can download all games, but they won't be unlocked until November 10th. pic.twitter.com/z7FjHiVnAW
— Tom Warren (@tomwarren) November 3, 2020