Sony PlayStation 4 (PS4) users, over the weekend, were excited about the possibility of titles viz Star Wars: Battlefront 2 and UFC 3 being part of the August lineup of the free PlayStation Plus (PS Plus) games. Now, it now turns out that these titles are part of an even larger package called the EA Access that sort of acts as the Netflix of games and which is slated to be launched on 24 July.
The reason for this anticipation is the labelling of some of these titles as “free” with PS Plus on the official PS repository. This has seemingly been confirmed by a new report published in TwistedVoxel.
Also, now, the official EA Access portal also contains a list of games that would be available once the subscription service is launched. The portal lists titles such as UFC 3, FIFA 18, Burnout Paradise Remastered, and The SIMS 4, along with the likes of “Vault Games” Battlefield 5 (believed by certain gamers to be free for PS Plus members), Madden NFL 19, Titanfall 2, Battlefield 1, and Mass Effect Andromeda.
As far as accessing EA Access is concerned, you could navigate to the official portal and choose the best-suited subscription plans.
Finally, the PS Plus free games for August 2019 would be revealed over the course of the next couple of weeks. Anticipation is huge with respect to more intuitivism-triggering titles being a part of this lineup.