75 juegos de EA están listos para desembarcar en el GamePass PC

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After announcing the arrival of EA Play on the Game Pass in September last year, Microsoft and Electronic Arts have decided to postpone its release on PC, and launch exclusively on the Console. EA Play, formerly known as EA Access (or Origin Access in its PC version), is a subscription that allows you to play a selection of titles from the manufacturer of the same name, which can be subscribed both monthly and annually. The inclusion at no additional cost on the Game Pass Ultimate, for both PC and Console, should have brought a significant increase in value to the Microsoft subscription, however in the end EA and Microsoft agreed to postpone the release on PC and from December of the 'last year there was the most absolute silence on the matter, a silence that we will try to break today for you with the help of our friend Simone Franco .

The delay is mainly due to the lack of an efficient method of distributing the games included in the subscription. EA Play for PC is currently managed through a dedicated Electronic Arts platform, Origin,which, however, does not support the connection of the Microsoft account to check whether the user owns Game Pass Ultimate or not, therefore this cannot be the solution adopted by EA / Microsoft for the management of EA Play titles for Game Pass on PC. Another solution to distribute your games on PC is represented by the Microsoft store itself, as all the games belonging to the Game Pass already use this method. EA already had all of its games on the store in December, but in their Xbox versions, not compatible with PCs. The news we share with you today is this: in the last five months Microsoft and Electronic Arts have taken steps to upload versions of their compatible PC games to the Store , all codenamed “Rosebud”. We are pretty sure (although there is no official yet) that these titles actually represent EA Play games for Game Pass on PC. To date, there are 75 Rosebud titles on the Microsoft Store , and they faithfully correspond to the games offered by the “traditional” EA Play subscription for PC.

There is one interesting exception that we have found among the titles already present on the Microsoft Store and it is represented by FIFA 21 : a Rosebud version has already been loaded on the Store, although the game is not yet part of EA Play . Usually the new chapter of the FIFA series is inserted in EA Play in the period of the year April-May, therefore it is reasonable to expect that, at the same time as the announcement of EA Play for Game Pass on PC, FIFA 21 will already be available in the list of available games on Game Pass for PC (or, in any case, it will be in a short time, depending on when EA and Microsoft finally announce the arrival of EA Play games on Game Pass for PC).

Unfortunately we do not have any ETA to share with you , however the presence of over 75 EA titles on the Microsoft Store confirm that the announcement date by Microsoft and Electronic Arts of the arrival of EA Play on Xbox Game Pass for PC cannot then be so far away. This would not be the first time that Electronic Arts brings its games to other platforms in addition to its own: after many years of exclusivity on Origin, in recent months these have also been ported to Steam, where the subscription to EA Play is supported. Could this be the path chosen by Microsoft to finally complete this addition to the Game Pass? We just have to wait for Electronic Arts to confirm the existence … of the Rosebuds

Madre mía, estos de Microsoft andan arando el campo con el pene :rofl:

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El servicio es un sueño… bueno, al menos, se ajusta perfectamente a lo que yo demando actualmente como jugador.

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Esta genial aunque se agradeceria que mejorasen el como funciona en si mismo el Game Pass en PC que es regulero.

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Para mí, las dificultades que pone Microsoft en lo que respecta a la personalización y modificación con su sistema cerrado me echan muy para atrás.

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Es que ni puedes poner pantalla completa… Tiene ser en modo ventana.

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¿Son los mismos juegos que están actualmente en EA Play en PC y que ya están en Game Pass de consola?

Así es

Funcionando desde la Windows Store? No, gracias.