EA Play is Coming to Xbox Game Pass on PC Tomorrow

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (on PC, it’s already available on consoles) and PC members will soon be given access to an EA Play membership at no additional cost. This will be made available tomorrow at 2:00 PM PT. Players will also be able to get rewards like Gold Team Fantasy MUT packs and an EA Play Celebration Pack for Madden 21, a N7 Weapon Charm for Apex Legends, and more will be available for March.

On day one of EA Play for PC with Xbox Game Pass there will be a new-to-Play List title: Star WarsSquadrons on PC and console. There’s also exclusive in-game challenges and rewards, special member-only content, and rewards of EA digital purchases through the EA Desktop app beta if you are so included. There’s also trials of games for up to 10 hours if you want to demo them, such as one that’s available for FIFA 21.

Games included in EA Play for Xbox Game Pass will include PC games such as Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, FIFA 20, Titanfall 2 and Need for Speed Heat. Other titles include EA’s most popular franchises like BattlefieldMadden NFL, Command & Conquer, and The Sims.

For those who are ready to try out their new EA Play membership on PC tomorrow and don’t want to watch a YouTube video, the instructions are fairly simple. First you download the EA Desktop app (not Origin), log in, and then you’ll be prompted to link your Xbox Account and your EA account. The Xbox app will walk you through the setup process when you go to download your first EA Play game. That’s it. Pretty painless, eh? I’m sure there will be sort of error popping up tomorrow that will complicate things, but let’s hope everything goes smoothly.

For the full announcement, check it out here. For more information on all things Xbox and EA, stay tuned to TechRaptor.

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