Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order free for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers
Drumroll. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will be available for free on November 10th for all EA Play subscribers, and therefore also for those who have signed up for a subscription with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. It will be a coincidence or not, yet the title will be out on the very same day as Xbox Series X / S, which means dinner you have one more game to use on the new console. All this is thanks to the recent collaboration of Microsoft and EA, who have recently announced that Xbox Game Pass subscribers will also have access to EA Play on November 10th. But let’s see something more about how to get Star Wars Jedi for free.
Star Wars Jedi free for Xbox Game Pass subscribers
The recent announcement from Microsoft and EA seems to be more interesting than we expected. As we know, EA Play membership offers access to over 60 company titles, including The Sims, FIFA and Mass Effect. The subscription cost is € 4.99 per month, but will soon be available as a bundle with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for € 14.99 per month, allowing you to play on Xbox, PC and Android via xCloud as well. But be careful. It will be possible to have access to EA Play through the Game Pass only and only for Xbox consoles starting next November 10th. For the PC you will have to wait at least until December.
But beyond all this, what really matters is that you can get access to Star Wars Jedi for free if you have an Xbox Game Pass subscription. And if you’ve just bought a new Xbox console, you can rest assured that the gaming experience will be truly unforgettable. Furthermore, the game will soon be available on another service: on November 24th the game will be launched on Stadia, the company’s cloud gaming service.