The notorious EA Play is heading to PC this week. The recent team-up between Microsoft and Electronic Arts has opened a new opportunity for PC players. PC players will no longer have to pay anything extra starting tomorrow, March 18. The merge will officially conclude at 2:00 PM PT, when Xbox Game Pass PC and Ultimate members may jump into their favorite titles on Windows 10.
Since teaming up with Electronic Arts, we’ve been working to provide Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and PC members an EA Play membership at no additional cost. We want to thank the PC community for your patience over the past few months as we worked to deliver a better Xbox App experience for EA Play. We’re excited to share with you that starting tomorrow, March 18 at 2:00 p.m. PT.
More than 60 video games from EA’s rows will be available to play, such as Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, FIFA 20, Titanfall 2, Need for Speed Heat, Battlefield, Madden NFL, Command and Conquer, and The Sims. Other rewards will follow each month.
Among the new titles to play is also Star Wars: Squadrons, EA’s interstellar title, which is currently new-to-play on the list. Star Wars: Squadrons will be both available on PC and console. More about how to get started and merge your account can be found below:
To get started with your EA Play membership on PC, just download the EA Desktop app, EA’s next-generation PC platform that’s currently in open beta, and sign-in to your EA Account or create a new one. Check out the latest community update video to show you all the details.