EA Access won’t be available on Steam until summer

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The release of EA Access on Steam has been delayed. Where EA initially planned to release the game subscription service in the spring, this will now only be in the summer. There is no exact release date yet.

EA says on its website that the game service will be coming to Steam “later this summer,” but no further details have been released. As a result, it is also unknown why the release has been delayed. Last year, EA announced that it was aiming to release the service in the spring.

When EA Access becomes available sometime this summer, there will be around 25 games to play. EA says it will include Dragon Age: Inquisition, Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville and some Need for Speed ​​games. If you want to play these games right away, you can also buy them separately on Steam.

Last year, EA announced that it would bring its games back to Steam, where it previously mainly offered games digitally via its own Origin platform. EA Access has already been released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game subscription service allows users to play the games in the catalog for a fixed monthly fee.

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