The EA Access subscription service has been available for the Xbox One and PC. The subscription costs $5/month of $30/year, and provides subscribers with discounts on EA titles, add-ons, and microtransactions (which is definitely what they are). Will you be a part of EA Access when it launches on PS4 on July 24th?
Pricing wise, it's still unknown but there's a chance it would be similar to the pricing on Xbox One, which would be $30 a year or $3 a month. Games like Battlefield 5 and Anthem had staggered release dates because of premium editions and EA Access subscribers as well as the "official" launch date users. It's still a good deal, mind you, and if the subscription service survives and carries forward onto PS5, we'll be looking at a very competitive service with enough games to warrant the relatively low subscription price. A countdown to when the service goes live is available on EA's website.
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As of this writing, there are over 50 games included in the EA Access Vault.
However, the ability to play games early has also created a bit of chaos for EA. These trials typically allow subscribers to play up to 10 hours of a game ahead of its public release. At the time, Sony argued that EA Access "does not bring the kind of value PlayStation customers have come to expect". Let us know what you think in the comments!