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A One-Month EA Access Subscription Is Incredibly Cheap Right Now

You have until near the end of the month to score one month of EA Access for $1 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.


If you needed more games to play or another subscription service to manage, Electronic Arts is giving away one full month of its proprietary membership, EA Access, for $1 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

From now until Monday, June 29, anyone interested in giving EA Access a go can do so for just $1 on all the major platforms. This means you can get a full 12-months of EA Access for as little as $12 instead of the usual $30 price tag. You just have to head over to the PlayStation Store, Microsoft Store, or Origin Store to sign-up for 30 days of the subscription service, which normally retails for $5.

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It's worth noting that signing for Origin Access--EA's subscription service on PC--only gives you access to the subscription service's Basic membership. EA Access' Basic subscription lets you try a 10-hour trial of upcoming games and access the Basic Vault of available titles on the service, but doesn't come with any additional in-game content. The Premier membership, which costs $15 a month of $99 a year, removes all of those restrictions.

In other EA Access news, the subscription service is officially headed to Steam. While a launch date has yet to be disclosed, a handful of EA-published titles--such as Dragon Age 2, Mirror's Edge Catalyst, Need for Speed Heat, and others--are already available on the digital storefront. Some of these games are heavily discounted from now until July 9 as well.

EA recently unveiled a cinematic trailer for its new Star Wars game, Star Wars: Squadrons. The game--which is an aerial dogfighter that will hit PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on October 2--will feature cross-play, no microtransaction, and a single-player campaign. Though EA is withholding a gameplay reveal until EA Play 2020 on June 18, Star Wars: Squadrons pre-orders are already live.

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