EA has revealed that its EA Access subscription service will release on PS4 on July 24th. However, unlike on Xbox One where backwards compatibility with last-gen and even the generation before that is available, us PS4 players won't have access to almost as many games; it'll only be PS4 releases.
EA Access costs $30/£20 a year or $5/£4, though if you have an EA Access subscription on the Xbox One, you'll have to purchase a separate subscription for the PS4 version.
However, now that EA Access is coming to the platform, PS4 owners will be able to take advantage of every Electronic Arts deal the service offers.
However, the ability to play games early has also created a bit of chaos for EA. Today, we're learning when, specifically, EA Access will land on PS4.
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Sony has not given EA the permission to ship the service on PS4 up until a few months ago, as the company thought that PlayStation Plus had the be the only subscription available over there.
The same is true for the ten-hour trials for games not in the vault. As long as a user maintains an active subscription, they can play vault games as long as they like.
Otherwise, it appears we now have everything we need to prepare for the arrival of EA Access on PlayStation 4.
Those who subscribe will get a 10% discount on digital EA games and add-ons, including new titles. The EA back catalogue is fairly decent with plenty of Battlefield games and annual sports releases to catch up on.