Electronic Arts has left the possibility open for EA Access to be made available across all platforms.
According to statements by Andrew Wilson, CEO of EA, EA Access is expected to expand to more platforms beyond the current ones, the Xbox One and PC (where it is available as Origin Access). Wilson said: “Our EA Access and Origin Access subscriptions are growing. Expect us to follow the same model in the future on more platforms. ”
It’s not clear whether EA Access will switch to other consoles in the same format or if Electronic Arts will decide to provide a similar but slightly different service. Let us remind you that EA Access appeared on the Xbox One in August 2014 while in 2016 the service welcomed the PC through Origin Access. The subscription service offered by EA Access was ready to be made available on the PS4, but Sony rejected EA’s proposal back in 2014.
Are you looking forward to more platforms joining EA Access?