EA Access Arrives on PS4 with Nearly Every Game Available on Xbox One

EA Access is available on PS4 today with a Vault library nearly identical to Xbox One, but with a caveat.

The long-awaited release of EA’s service on PS4 is finally here. EA Access first launched in 2014 on Xbox One, but not PS4 after Sony declined to allow it on their platform. Since launch, the service has blossomed to offer an extensive list of features. In addition to early 10-hour trials of all their games and discounts, EA Access also offers players access to the Vault, a long-list of previously released EA games that players can download for free.

Now that the PS4 version of EA Access is out, we’re pleased to confirm that the current-gen library is nearly identical on both platforms. Players on both platforms can enjoy the likes of Battlefield V, Star Wars Battlefront II, Need for Speed Payback, Fe, Battlefield 4, and a whole slew of sports titles. The only exception is Titanfall, which never launched on PS4. The sequel, Titanfall 2, however, is available in the Vault on PS4.

When it comes to last-gen titles, however, the PS4 service is missing everything. From Battlefield 3 to the Mass Effect Trilogy to Dead Space, PS4 users won’t be able to play these last-gen treasures. This, however, has everything to do with Sony/PlayStation rather than EA. As the platform holder, it is up to Sony to provide backwards compatibility for PS3 titles. While Microsoft patched support for Xbox 360 titles into Xbox One, Sony hasn’t patched PS3 support into PS4.

EA Access is available on PS4 with a $4.99/month price tag. Check here for every game available in EA Access on PS4.