While PS4 players have a lot to be happy about, there’s one sore point that sticks out like a sore thumb: EA Access. Our Xbox One brethren are treated to a fantastic subscription service while we’re left out in the cold. That may be changing sooner rather than later.
During EA’s conference call today, EA CEO Andrew Wilson spoke a little about EA’s future plans for its subscription business, stating that “in the year ahead we plan to offer a subscription service on another major platform,” going on to say “we have a lot of great content coming in FY20, and we’re excited for more players to experience it through our subscription programs across more platforms.”
It’s possible that EA Access may finally come to PS4. It’s unlikely to hit the Nintendo Switch, given that there are very few EA games on the Switch, and mobile really isn’t the place for a subscription service aimed at delivering games. My money is that we’ll see EA Access on PS4 this summer.
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