The game subscription EA Access has already been available for PC and Xbox gamers for five years. Starting next summer, PlayStation owners will also be able to subscribe to Electronic Arts, which Sony has so far refused due to the “undervalue” the players receive. Neither EA nor Sony has commented on why the Japanese company is now allowing the subscription model after all.
For 25 Euros per year or 4 Euros per month, PlayStation owners can access part of the EA portfolio. The offer also includes hits like FIFA, Anthem and Battlefield. In addition, subscribers receive a ten percent discount on purchased EA titles, the ability to test new releases for ten hours, and earlier access to new titles.