Video game fans, we have some good news for you.
We all know that EA Acces was not available on Playstation for five years, but now this aspect has changed. We are pleased to announce that we’ll have EA Acces on PS4.
The most important consequence is that FIFA 20 will be available on PS4 starting September 19. On the previous EA system, we had to pay every month in order to play our favorite games.
The Xbox users were lucky in these past five years when EA Acces was blocked only from Playstation and they still have an advantage now. The EA Acces library available on Xbox is bigger than the PS4 one and we’ll tell you why. The reason is that PS4 doesn’t include backward compatibility.
You’ll only have to pay £3.00 every month for your favorite games such as FIFA 20, Battlefield V and many, many more. EA Acces has a large catalog and includes a lot of unreleased titles that you can pre-order. Also, if you get your game directly on your console, you’ll receive a discount.
Peter Moore, the EA chief operating office gave as a pretty vague answer when he was asked in an interview with Gamespot why EA Acces was availabe on Xbox and not on Playstation all this time. He let us believe that Vault made the difference in this case. Because of the backward compatibility, the Xbox players had always a lot of options.
The problem is that EA Acces was gone from 5 years from Playstation, but the good news is that you have now a lot of game option, five years’ worth games to be more specific. Maybe it’s a little too late for some players now that the next generation consoles are so close to us and will change everything.
Jeffrey is our second lead editor and a graduate of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication – UW–Madison. He’s been a part of our team for over three years, and before us, he worked with more important online publications such as Android Authority. He also had his own blog which he used to share his thoughts about the latest news in science. On Three Zebras, he mostly covers space, science, and health-related subjects, but he’s also fond of breaking tech news. When he was little, he dreamt of becoming part of NASA. Now, his passions are stargazing and night sky watching. His best friend is the Celestron NexStar 6SE Telescope.