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.