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EA Access PS4 Games List Revealed – UPDATED 19/09/19

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EA Access has now released for PlayStation 4 in this past July, giving players access to a vault of games for a subscription price, but which games are coming to EA Access?

Well, wonder no longer as EA has now revealed the entire list of EA Access PS4 games now that the service has gone live.

Updated 19/09/19 – Added FIFA 20 to EA Access PS4 Game Trials

EA Access Games List For PS4

The full list of EA Access PS4 games can be seen below – check out our guide to the best EA Access PS4 games too!

However some regions will not have all of the games listed below – check our handy guide on that here.

EA Access PS4 Games Coming Soon

If you’re wondering what the Madden 20 release date with EA Access is, and other queries, all the games that are currently listed as coming soon on the EA Access PS4 landing page.

EA Access PS4 Game Trials

Sadly however, not all of the games available on the Xbox version of EA Access will be available on the PS4 version of the service.

In the future we’d fully expect for EA Access to persist into the next-generation of consoles, especially as the PS5 is backwards compatible with PS4 games.

Regardless there will be a lot of high profile titles coming to EA Access PS4 in the future, such as Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and eventually the likes of Dragon Age 4.

The service is out now and gives subscribers a chance to buy games at a 10% discount and play games early ahead of launch for a limited time and carry their progress over if they decide to buy the game.

The cost of the service will be £3.99/$4.99 a month or £19.99/$29.99 for a 12-month subscription.

Keep your eyes peeled on this page too, as we’ll be adding more and more games as EA makes them available.

So what do you guys think? Is EA Access something you’ll be getting on PS4, or will you be waiting it out to see what new games arrive on the service? Let us know in the comments!

  • Philip Rolt

    I can’t see how this will be attractive when a service like PS Now offers so many more titles from a variety of publishers, including some more recent titles. The success of PS Now is more important to me. Seeing a greater range of games and titles hitting PS Now sooner after release would be a better outcome than individual publishers setting up their own services. EA is notorious for putting profits before players and for this reason I would far rather support PS Now than this new EA service.

  • Goncalo Eduardo Paulo Monteiro

    i cant find a game i woud be interested except for burnout paradise that i bought on ps3 and ps4

    EA is crap

    • Benjamin_nl

      thanks for remembering me i still have the ps3 disc and the psplus version.