EA Access PS4

EA Access PS4 Games List Includes A Way Out and Battlefield 5

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EA Access has recently been announced for PlayStation 4 in July, giving players access to a vault of games for a subscription price, but which games are coming to EA Access at launch?

Part of the line-up has been revealed in the official trailer, but there’s still no telling whether the line-up will match that of Xbox One at launch. Interestingly, two of the games in the trailer – A Way Out and Battlefield 5 – have yet to appear on the Xbox One version of EA Access.

Confirmed EA Access Games For PS4

However since the release of this trailer, the official EA Access PS4 site has confirmed a larger list which includes:

EA Access PS4 Games List To Come?

Aside from the titles above, here’s the full-line up currently on Xbox One, so we could see the EA Access PS4 games mirror these.

Microsoft’s console supports backwards compatibility, whereas PS4 doesn’t. So, we’ve removed all the Xbox 360 games.

It’s going to be interesting to see whether EA launches with all of these on PS4 from day-one, or whether they’re staggered.

  • STAR WARS Battlefront II
  • FIFA 18
  • Need for Speed Payback
  • NBA Live 18
  • Battlefield 1
  • NHL 17
  • Madden NFL 17
  • Star Wars Battlefront
  • Mirror’s Edge Catalyst
  • Unravel
  • Need for Speed
  • NBA Live 16
  • FIFA 16
  • NHL 16
  • Madden NFL 16
  • Battlefield Hardline
  • Dragon Age Inquisition
  • FIFA 15
  • Battlefield 4
  • Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare
  • Madden NFL 15
  • NHL 15
  • UFC
  • Need for Speed Rivals
  • NBA LIVE 15
  • Peggle 2
  • FIFA 14
  • Madden NFL 25

Whether the EA Access PS4 games list will be tweaked for Sony’s console is unknown. The service launches in July 2019 and will also give subscribers that 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 a month or £19.99 for a 12-month subscription.

  • 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.