EA Play, the subscription service formerly known as EA Access, is being bundled up with Xbox Game Pass – effectively making the service free*, depending on how you want to do your sums. This means that you’ll immediately get access to all of the benefits of the service, including the ability to download All Free EA Play
Every EA Play game in the PS4 Vault
What free games are available to download as part of EA Play – formerly known as EA Access – on the PS4? And how much does it cost to subscribe to EA Play on the PS4? The behemoth publisher’s subscription service has been rebranded on the PlayStation 4, and in addition to early access and discounts, it also...
Play has no limits
As announced last week, EA Access has been officially rebranded EA Play today. The membership service has retained all of its features – including access to an ever-growing vault of legacy software, discounts on software, and early access trials – but has been given a fresh lick of paint as part of its new name. If you’ve...
Half-baked announcement introduces EA Play
Starting from 18th August, EA Access will be renamed EA Play, but the service will remain largely the same. The juggernaut publisher didn’t explain much in its press release – will subscribing to the service on the PlayStation 4 provide you with access to a PC membership, for example? – but it was...
All the info on EA Play
EA is a funny one this year. It's once again kicking off E3 2019 with its big EA Play event, but this year, there won't be a traditional press conference. In fact, the publisher has outlined its entire lineup for the show, leaving little room for surprises. Instead of a presser - goodness knows EA hasn't been getting them...
Time to go
This is it, then: the big show beckons. E3 2016 is right around the corner, and you're probably going to want to know when the press conferences get underway. Today's big events include EA's own EA Play press conference, as well as Bethesda's show. Below you'll find a handy guide explaining when these media briefings will get underway, in...
It had to happen at some point
In fact, we're amazed it didn't happen sooner. LittleBigPlanet was such a run-away success in 2008, another developer was always going to take the idea; seems like Guildford's EA Bright Light are the first though. Interesting that it should be the team up the road from Media Molecule though, eh? Create actually sounds...
Let's cut to the chase shall we - MySims: Sky Heroes is a casual air-combat game where your MySim (think a Nintendo Mii) takes flight against the evil Morcubus and his army
Fight well and your characters fame rises, allowing you to buy (in digital terms) a host of presumably whimsical upgrades for your wings. The game'll feature splitscreen online multiplayer, in both co-op and competitive game..