In just a few days we will be playing Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. Although it was not so long ago that we were able to play its first installment (it came out in 2019), the new boom Star Wars Thanks to the television series, he has once again given people talk. Of course, you may not know that you can play it for a small part of its price, just 14.99 euros thanks to EA Play Pro.
Keep in mind that Star Wars Jedi: Survivor comes out at a full price on both PC and consoles. We do not use the superlative haphazardly, and it is that it will be launched both physically and digitally for nothing less than 69.99 euros in its basic versionand for 89.99 euros in its Deluxe Edition.
For this reason, having the game in its most expensive version for just 14.99 euros is quite a bargain. Although this time the Electronic Arts will not put the game in the basic catalog of EA Play, it is available for a full month at a price of 15 euros. There is no strange rite to do or a strange request to the “jedi gods”, it is as simple as follow these steps:
- Download and install EA App, EA’s new application for PC.
- Once this is done, look for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor in the search engine and access your profile in the store.
- Here they will come out 2 optionsand the one that interests us is the one that says EA Play Pro.
- Once we click, we select the plan we want (in this case, we will we recommend the monthly plan for the €14.99 already commented), we access the payment platform and that’s it.
Jedi Survivor in EA Play vs. EA Play Pro
With this access to EA Play Pro we will have the complete game, without any limit and in its Deluxe Edition to enjoy it for a whole month. It is not a 10-hour test as it does include the basic EA Play, but we are talking about a unlimited access to the game. Of course, considering that we are talking about a single player experience, many of you will have plenty of those 30 days to play it.
In addition, you can cancel the subscription whenever you want without any charge, you will only pay for the month you request. However, it is also worth noting that there is no possibility to upgrade if you have the basic EA Play thanks to GamePass. This collaboration with Microsoft is limited to the basic plan, and Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is not in that catalog.
In 3DJuegos we have already had the opportunity to analyze Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, and our comrade Alejandro Pascual has finished Very pleased with the result of the new campaign of Respawn Entertainment: saving some details, the general calculation is really good. You can take an in-depth look through the link above, or with the video below.