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PS4 Might Get EA Access After All

The ever-popular games service EA Access may finally be coming to PlayStation 4. Initially shunning the service in favour of its own PS Now service and also stating that it does not offer players value for money.

Switch Unlikely

Overnight the publisher in question stated that they are bringing the service to another big platform this year. This could mean the service coming to the Nintendo Switch but due to the amount of EA games available on Switch and the apparent lack of EA support for the device, PlayStation does seem like the likely destination.

EA Access On Xbox

EA Access has proven to be a hit on XBOX with many players enjoying its range of titles on offer. You also get early access trials to EA games where your progress carries over to the full game. With its low price point and varied line-up, it does seem to offer players value for money despite what Sony initially thought.

Sony’s Change of Heart

In my opinion, Sony was mistaken to turn it down the first time around but I can see why they did. They were trying to promote their own PS Now service, which honestly, since they have been offering downloads is now a much better service. Surely Sony have now seen how popular the service is and decided on the change of heart. To me, it’s a no-brainer and Sony should offer the service to their customers if they can, offering them different ways to play and giving them more options.

What do you think of EA Access coming to PS4? Would you pay for it? Sound off in the comments section below.

  • G. Rah 👑☯️

    My first time hearing about it. I would like to give it a try, on behalf of the Starwars fans I can’t trust EA no longer. Sad to type, they gave me some of the best games of my a
    adolescent years

  • 20NASH09

    Really considered getting a XB1 due to EA Access + GamePass but I don’t know if Xbox’s streaming service will be on the current XB1 hardware so I opted for the PS4 Pro and now this news hits…very happy with the timing of this news.