Microsoft announced that the EA Play will be added to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate on November 10th. The date is valid for all current Xbox models, including Xbox One S, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. On the PC, the novelty arrives only in December, exclusively for Windows 10.
The inclusion of EA Play had already been announced by the company a few weeks ago, but now we have an official date. In addition, the date also coincides with the launch of the Xbox Series X and Series S on the international market.
With the inclusion, Xbox players will have 60 games added to the already large Game Pass Ultimate catalog, which exceeds 100 titles. Games like Alice: Madness Returns, SSX, Star Wars Battlefront, The Sims 4, FIFA and A Way Out are part of the package.
It is worth remembering that the inclusion of EA Play will be free of charge on all platforms. For PC and PS4, EA’s subscription service remains valid as an additional payment, independent of any other.
More from Game Pass on Xbox
Another novelty confirmed by Microsoft for the Game Pass on the Xbox is the inclusion of Bethesda games on the platform. Doom Eternal will arrive in the catalog on October 1 for console and later on PC.
In addition, it is expected that current and future Bethesda titles will all be released on the Game Pass as well. This, of course, is part of the acquisition of the studio and its related companies by Microsoft, which was announced a few days ago.
With information: Xbox