Expect more details “early next year”.
MicroStaft has announced that EA Play will no longer join Game Pass for PC this month, as originally planned, with the two services now expected to join hands in 2021.
Inside Brief statement Released by its Xbox Wire News service, Microsoft wrote, “When we originally started writing this blog post, which would announce the availability of EA Play on PC with Xbox Game Pass, it felt a little different. Unfortunately, what was now A celebrity post requires a little more patience. “
Despite initially announcing an EA Play – which includes access to the game’s EA library and an initial trial for a new release – to be made available for PC and Ultimate subscribers in December for a game pass, Micros says it has now “decided to delay.” [launch] Until 2021. “
“We knew we could provide a great experience for members by working together [with EA]”To present it, we need more time to provide an Xbox game pass experience,” the statement goes on to explain. “
Although Microsoft has yet to provide a revised arrival date for the service, which is even more obscure than “2021,” the company says it will have “more distributions early next year”.
EA Play is available for console through Xbox Game Pass from November 10th, and availability is not affected by today’s announcement.
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