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EA Access Is Coming Soon to Steam

More details about EA Access coming to Steam revealed

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Over the past couple of months, we’ve seen a steady stream of EA games making their way over to Steam. We’ve already seen the Battlefield series, Mass Effect series and Star Wars Battlefront join Steam earlier this summer. Now, the partnership with EA and Steam is ramping up. EA Access will soon be coming to Steam. This was initially announced a while back but so far, there has been little information on the move. However, a Steam page has recently gone live which gives us a bit more to go on.

The official prices for EA Access on Steam have been revealed. EA Access will cost $4.99 a month or $29.99 a year which is the same price as regular EA Access.

With EA Access, you will get access to your favourite EA games and rewards, exclusive trials and discounts.

With EA Access, you will get:

  • Exclusive challenges and rewards
  • Member-only content
  • Early trials of new games – usually a 10-hour trial
  • Unlimited access to EA’s fan-favourite series and games
  • 10% off all EA digital purchases on Steam, including DLC, season passes and points packs.

With EA Access on Steam, you’ll get access to some of the most popular titles and series including Battlefield, Mass Effect, Star Wars Battlefront, Need for Speed, The Sims and much more.

If you get a game trial for an early access title, you will also be able to carry your progress on if you decide to purchase the game when it releases.

At the moment, the subscription service is still listed as “coming soon” so there’s no official date to put in the calendar as of yet.

On the Steam page it says that EA Access is coming “very soon, but if you want to know the minute it’s available to join just click the “FOLLOW EA” button above or check back on this page for updates.”

In the meantime, EA Access is also available through Origin.com, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

If we hear any updates or a release date, we will keep you updated. Be sure to check back at WePC for the latest news.


Kara Copple

When it comes to games, Kara loves worldbuilding. There’s nothing she loves more than spending a lazy Sunday afternoon designing a mansion for her favorite Sim or becoming the perfect mayor of her newly created metropolis. Her time-sinks lately are For the King and anything Paradox Interactive creates.