It's time to take the Giants to the Super Bowl the only way that I can..electronically.
EA Access has finally arrived on the PlayStation 4 - something Xbox has had for as long as I remember. If you're unfamiliar with the service, essentially it gives you access (see what I did there?) to a bunch of games that are published by EA and have been out long enough for them to justify it. I'll post a full list of the titles below but be aware that it's significantly smaller than that on Xbox simply because of backward compatibility. Because of that, the Xbox can offer older games that aren't on current-gen such as Skate 3, SSX and more. So if you're deciding amongst the two platforms, Xbox is definitely the way to go.
Alongside this release, EA has released Madden 20 on the service as well. You can play a 10 hour trial of the game prior to it's actual launch next week and if you enjoy your time with the game, you can then purchase it for 10% of in the PlayStation store, as you can with all other EA titles.
Here's what you can find on the service:
NBA Live 19
A Way Out
Burnout Paradise: Remastered
Star Wars: Battlefront II
Need for Speed: Payback
NBA Live 18
Mass Effect: Andromeda
Mirror's Edge: Catalyst
Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2
Star Wars: Battlefront
Need for Speed
The Sims 4
Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare
Need for Speed: Rivals