Battlefield 2042 and FIFA 22 have released in several European countries with an EA Play banner in the Xbox Game Pass section of the Xbox Store, indicating that both games will soon be available on subscription from Microsoft.
Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass subscription will soon welcome two new games, including one of the most controversial titles of 2021.
New leaks have revealed that Battlefield 2042 and FIFA 22 could be added to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. In fact, both games have been spotted on the Xbox store but players are unable to download them. Those who click will be directed to purchase an EA Play subscription. Others even point it outA “Game Pass” logo appeared next to the image of the game. Everything therefore indicates that they will soon be part of EA’s subscription.
You enjoy these two new games as long as you subscribe to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, This includes games from Microsoft and those from EA. That means if you a Standard $9.99 per month Xbox Game Pass subscribers do not get access to these games. However, given the very good reviews the game has garnered over the past few months, you might not be missing much when it comes to Battlefield 2042.
Battlefield 2042 has suffered from very negative reviews since its release
Since its release, players have constantly criticized Battlefield 2042, be it for its overly large maps full of bots, the lack of essential features in FPS such as voice chat or the scoreboard (which have recently been finally added), or the impressive number of bugs that make the gaming experience difficult . Adding the title to Xbox Game Pass is intended to help regain player countswhich has continued to decline since launch.
On his side, FIFA 2022 was offered to PlayStation Plus subscribers back in Maytherefore, it would not be surprising if he joined Microsoft’s subscription at the same time.
At least that’s how it is Both games are expected to join Xbox Game Pass Ultimate on May 5th. As a reminder, many titles will be released on Xbox Game Pass in the first half of May 2022, including Loot River on May 3rd, Citizen Sleeper and Trek to Yomi on May 5th, and This War of Mine: Final Cut and Eiyuden Chronicle: Get Up on 10th of May. Floppy Knights will follow them on May 24th. A family subscription to Xbox Game Pass could also soon see the light of day.