Posted June 19, 2020 by David Latham in Feature
 
 

Here’s the EA Play Code to Win Games


Did you watch EA Play 2020 Live? So did we! Throughout the presentation, a secret code was revealed for fans to have the chance to win from a range of EA games, and we watched carefully as the presentation went on so that we could bring you the code.

The EA Play code is “EAPLAYLIVE”.

For your chance to win a code from a variety of the latest and greatest Electronic Arts games, head to http://playr.gg/ea, select your game, and enter the EA Play code EAPLAYLIVE with your details. Fans will need to log in via Twitch, Twitter or Facebook or by entering their full details.

The website is currently getting heavily hit with traffic, with some people reporting being placed in a queue of thousands of people. We also experienced issues submitting the form, but EA is providing 24 hours for everyone to have a fair chance to enter the competition, so if you’re having issues now then we recommend checking back soon.

Here’s the full list of EA games you can win:

A Way Out
Battlefield 1: Revolution
Battlefield 3: Premium Edition
Battlefield 4: Premium Edition
Battlefield 5: Year 2 Edition
Battlefield Hardline
Burnout Paradise Remastered
Dead Space 3
Dragon Age Inquisition
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Mass Effect Andromeda Deluxe Edition
Mirrors Edge Catalyst
Need for Speed Deluxe Edition
Need for Speed Heat
Need for Speed Most Wanted
Need for Speed Rivals: Complete Edition
Plants vs Zombies Battle for Neighborville
The Sims 4
Sea of Solitude
Titanfall 2
Unravel
Unravel 2

It sounds like EA has plenty of codes available, and we’re also going to assume that if you pick one of the less popular or older titles then your chances of getting a free game will increase exponentially.

What did you think of EA Play Live? Are you excited for all the cross-play and next-gen games coming from EA? Let us know via our social media channels.


David Latham

 
David has a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) from a Group of Eight university, but only uses his very unique set of skills writing about video games. By day he's a stay-at-home dad, by night he's literally Batman. Where does he find the time?