Microsoft has announced that EA Play will be rolled out for Xbox Game Pass for PC tomorrow, March 18th. The service will officially go live at 2:00 p.m. PT/ 5:00 p.m. ET on that day.
Once it does, Xbox Game Pass PC and Ultimate subscribers can play all the titles on EA play, which was formerly known as EA Access. Subscribers will be getting access to 60+ games including titles like Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Titanfall 2, and a number of entries in the Battlefield and Madden franchises. Alongside the games, they will also be getting in-game rewards every month for select titles. March 18th is also the day that Star Wars: Squadrons comes to Game Pass, both for console and PC.
The video below provides more information about using EA Play with Xbox Game Pass. The gist of it is, PC users must download the EA Desktop app, sign in with an EA account (or create one), and then link this account with an Xbox account.
In a blog post, Microsoft thanked fans for their patience while they waited for the launch of EA Play for Game Pass on PC. EA Play already released for Ultimate on console back in 2020. EA Play was supposed to launch on PC through Game Pass earlier, but was delayed.