Madden 20 is officially playable for those who have either paid a premium price for the game or are EA Access subscribers. If you didn’t know about any of this and are clamoring to get into the game now, fear not. We’ve got you covered. Here’s how to play Madden 20 early on EA Access.
Here’s How to Play Madden 20 Early on EA Access
EA Access is a subscription service on Xbox One, PS4, and PC. It’s essentially a Netflix-like service for EA games.
When new games developed or published by EA come out, that same game could have probably been played a week or so early via EA Access.
If you’re not a subscriber to EA Access, you will first need to do that. Simply head here and create an account. Once you’ve done that, you’re all set to jump into a plethora of EA games, including Madden 20.
To jump specifically into Madden 20 early, you need to search for it in the catalog of games. Once you’ve found it, you’ll see that you can select to opt into the game’s 10-hour trial which became available on July 25.
Once you start the game, you’ll have 10 hours to do whatever you want. You’re essentially receiving the full game license with a time limit. Once you reach your time limit of 10 hours, you’ll no longer be able to play the game.
If you enjoy the time you have with the game, EA Access members can save 10% on the title. If history has shown us anything, in due time, Madden 20 will join EA Access’ growing list of titles so if you don’t feel like shelling out the price of the game, you can probably wait a few months and play it for free with your subscription.
That’s it for our guide on how to play Madden 20 early on EA Access.
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