EA Access is expanding to the PlayStation 4, and is expected to launch on the platform in July.
The service, previously exclusive to Xbox One, gives users access to a number of EA titles, including Titanfall 2, Star Wars: Battlefront II, and FIFA 18.
Furthermore, subscribers benefit from a 10 percent discount on digital EA titles, while also gaining access to EA's Play First Trials, which offers 10 hours early access to select titles prior to official release.
“As we continue to invest in digital and subscription services, bringing great games to even more players across more platforms is an exciting opportunity for everyone,” said Executive VP of Strategic Growth Matt Bilbey.
“Our goal is to give players more choice to try and play our games wherever and however they choose, and we’re happy to bring EA Access to PlayStation 4.”
While the service will share the same name as its Xbox counterpart, EA Access will be limited to the user's console of choice. Those that already subscribe to EA Access on Xbox won't have the service available to them on PlayStation, and vice versa.
Sony previously passed on EA Access because " it does not bring the kind of value PlayStation customers have come to expect," so we're curious what changed their minds.