Update: EA has announced more of what it has in store for its EA Play subscription service over the coming months, with Star Wars Squadrons also set to join the vault in March. There’s no word on when the dogfighting title will be available for members to download, but it’ll follow Madden NFL 21, which is slated for 2nd March.
Then, in April, NHL 21 will be added to the vault as well. Members can also look forward to three free Gold Team Fantasy Packs for Madden Ultimate Team every month, as well as an N7 Weapon Charm in Apex Legends and an XP boost in FIFA 21 Ultimate Team. And that’s everything that the publisher’s got planned for the near-future.
Original Story: The football season is over, and so right on time, Madden NFL 21 is being added to the EA Play vault. This means subscribers will get access to the full game as part of their membership, including Franchise mode, Ultimate Team, and the new arcade-inspired Yard. It’ll be available to download from 2nd March.
Members will also get 10 per cent discounts on any Ultimate Team purchases, and three free Gold Team Fantasy Packs per month. You can find a list of All EA Play Games on PS5, PS4 through the link, if you’re unsure what the service currently offers.
While it’s the only football game currently on the market, we weren’t overly impressed with EA Sports’ latest effort in our Madden NFL 21 review: “Madden NFL 21 has all the same problems as its PS4 predecessor, because it’s basically the same game. The presentation has taken a half-step forward owing to the increase of hardware power, but it’s many yards behind the standard now set by FIFA 21 and NBA 2K21.”