Priced at ($4.99/£3.99) per month or ($29.99/£20.99) annually, the subscription service offers unlimited access to the full versions of over 50 back catalogue games published by EA.
These include 2018 releases such as Madden 19, NBA Live 19, NHL 19, Burnout Paradise Remastered and Battlefield V, plus older games including Titanfall 2, Star Wars Battlefront 2 and Mass Effect Andromeda.
Subscribers also save 10% on EA digital content, including full games and DLC, and get access to exclusive trials of new EA titles before they launch, with in-game progress carrying over to the full game if they choose to buy it.
At the time, the platform holder said it didn’t feel that EA Access offered “the kind of value PlayStation customers have come to expect”.
Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick recently questioned why video games companies would want to enter the subscription market, suggesting the way in which players consume games is different to how they watch films and TV shows, with many only interested in buying several titles each year.