The same day the service will be available to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers
EA has announced that last year’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will be joining its EA Play, starting from next week.
The game joins on November 10, the same day that the basic version of EA Play will be made available for free to all Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers. EA Play users will get free access to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, which is set after the events of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge Of The Sith, and has Jedi protagonist Cal on the run as he attempts to rebuild the Jedi order.
The game also had a new update earlier this year which added new content. Combat challenges, new game plus, and a game mode known as Battle Grid were added for players to test their strength on.
Check out the announcement tweet below:
Microsoft originally announced its partnership with EA when it revealed the Xbox Series consoles launch information. The service will feature EA’s large catalogue of consoles games and will launch on the same date as the next-gen consoles.
EA also announced that numerous games from the current-gen systems will be coming to next-gen with a series of enhancements, the recent Star Wars Squadrons included. Upgrades for the selection included higher frame rates, 4K resolution and improved loading times.
While the company has said that Star Wars Squadrons will receive no post-launch content, it did recently add Baby Yoda to the game, alongside a selection of The Mandalorian related cosmetic items.