EA Access is now live on PlayStation 4

Having been rumoured for years and officially announced just a couple months ago, EA’s gaming subscription service EA Access is now live on PlayStation 4. The service brings access to a Vault of EA games, most recently adding Battlefield V to the selection alongside a range of sports titles, EA Originals and big EA titles like Titanfall 2 and Star Wars Battlefront II.

Subscribers will also save 10% off all digital purchases on PlayStation 4, and that includes full games, seasons passes, DLC, and FIFA Ultimate Team content. You will also get ‘early trials’ whereby you can play new EA games for a limited time before launch.


To access EA Access you need the EA Access Hub and to supplement this with an EA Access subscription. Here’s some links for you to… use:

EA Access is priced at £19.99 per year or £3.99 per month, or $4.99 per month or $29.99 per year over in the USA. However, one thing to take into account is that, while it’s branded the same and costs the same as EA Access on Xbox One, it’s a separate service – you’re only buying access to the selection of games on one console. That’s important because the Xbox One’s backward compatibility to Xbox 360 means that the service on Microsoft’s console has far, far more games, including classics such as Mass Effect 2, Battlefield Bad Company 2 and Dead Space.

Still, the service includes pretty much all of EA’s PlayStation 4 games, just excluding some of the older sports games. So no, you don’t have FIFA 15, but you’re spoilt for choice between FIFA 17, FIFA 18 and FIFA 19.

Here’s the full list of games on PlayStation 4:

  • A Way Out
  • Battlefield 1
  • Battlefield 4
  • Battlefield V
  • Battlefield Hardline
  • Burnout Paradise Remastered
  • Fe
  • FIFA 17
  • FIFA 18
  • FIFA 19
  • Madden 19
  • Mass Effect Andromeda
  • Mirror’s Edge Catalyst
  • NBA Live 18
  • NBA Live 19
  • Need for Speed
  • Need for Speed Payback
  • Need for Speed Rivals
  • NHL 17
  • NHL 18
  • NHL 19
  • Peggle 2
  • Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare
  • Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare 2
  • Star Wars Battlefront
  • Star Wars Battlefront II
  • The Sims 4
  • Titanfall 2
  • UFC
  • UFC 2
  • UFC 3
  • Unravel
  • Unravel 2

Source: EA

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  1. A whole 33 games? Or 26 if you only count 1 of each sports game. 18 if you don’t count any sequels at all.

    What did Sony originally say about the lack of value?

    • It’s better value on Xbox One where EA can offer backward compatible games, but the value comes from the individual person’s judgement and wants. £4 to catch up on a few EA games that didn’t tempt you at launch or during sales is pretty good value.

  2. Sweet. If I can blitz through A Way Out and Unravel 2 on a month’s subscription then happy days!

  3. I bit the bullet and signed up. Hoping to play through Battlefield V single-play and Need for Speed Payback. I’ll give FIFA 19 a little play too then see if anything else is added at a later date.

  4. Access has been great value on Xbox. No need for me to double dip, but cool that it’s now across both platforms, even without the backwards compatibility stuff.

  5. That isn’t a great line up for anyone who doesn’t like sports. Like me.

  6. Mass Effect Andromeda is not on there. Which is a shame as that was one of the reasons I took a punt (alongside BF V and FIFA 19).

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