EA Play, the subscription service formerly known as EA Access, is available at a tremendous discount at this very moment. New members can sign up on either PC, PlayStation, or Xbox basically for free.
EA Play is Electronic Arts' own accessibility platform that allows you to play all of their titles. In an untypical move, EA have opened up registration to a point where it's almost free of charge, for a month at least.
If you sign up for EA Play now, the first month will only cost you $0.99, which as close to free as it can get. It's at the price of a waffle or something. I don't know, I only eat cucumbers. That's down from the regular $4.99. Keep in mind that the discount is active for the first month only, then it's back up to the regular price. The promotion is valid for all platforms supported by EA Play: Steam, Origin, PlayStation, and Xbox, and expires on March 9.
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It's a decent offer if you want to get EA Play for free (or almost free) anyway. Why not save up a couple of bucks, right? Otherwise, you probably shouldn't just jump in for a first-month $4 discount. But hey, we can't tell you what to do with your money. If you wanna go for it, then go for it!
Original article by EarlyGame's Faris Delalic.