EA Play will take a little longer than expected to hit the game pass on PC.
Microsoft went to a blog post today to reveal that it will take some time to get this EA Play Substantial library of games to PC version of Game Pass.
This service has become a central hub as Microsoft develops the Xbox brand service-oriented. Currently it offers a robust gaming library for a small fee, and can only be improved by including EA Play in the service.
Sad to say, if you are a PC player, you may have more time waiting on your hands than expected. The launch today was postponed for a while, according to a post Xbox wire. EA Play coming to Game Pass on PC is now delayed to 2021.
It is not clear how long that wait will last. No indication has been given as to when Earth will arrive in 2021. However, it has been suggested that the Xbox will have “more to share early next year”.
In the post, the Xbox team says, “We formed this partnership with Electronic Arts because we want them to help people and communities find the best games, and we know that working together can give members a better experience. To get it right, we need more time to deliver the Xbox Game Pass experience. ”
However, if you have Game Pass Ultimate, the Xbox Game Pass was taken to Twitter to make it clear that it does not affect consoles.
FYI ഉണ്ടെങ്കിൽ If you have Ultimate it will not affect EA play on the console
– boxbox boxbox (boxXboxGamePass) December 15, 2020
Some explanations for this condition can be expected to come sooner rather than later. Gaining access to EA’s substantial repository on PC as part of Game Pass subscription is a very attractive transaction.