Details are scheduled for “early next year”.
Microsoft has announced that EA Play will not join the Game Pass for PC this month, as originally planned. Currently, the two services are scheduled to join in 2021.
In a short statement released through the Xbox Wire news service, Microsoft said: What used to be a congratulatory post now demands a little more patience. “
Despite first announcing in December that EA Play, which includes access to EA’s game library and an early trial of a new release, will be available on the Game Pass for PC and Ultimate subscribers, Microsoft said [launch] Until 2021. “
“We knew that working together could provide a great experience for our members. [with EA]“It will take more time to deliver the Xbox Game Pass experience,” continues.
Microsoft hasn’t yet provided a revised arrival date for the service, but beyond its highly ambiguous “2021”, the company says it “needs to share more early next year.”
EA Play has been available through the Xbox Game Pass for consoles since November 10th, and availability is unaffected by today’s announcement.