PS4 games news today includes rumours that a popular feature for Xbox One could soon be heading to the Sony PlayStation 4.
The PS4 is the heavyweight console of this generation, and looks on track to break the lofty 100million sales barrier.
Since launching back in 2013, Sony has shipped a stunning 94.2million PS4 units.
It’s believed the PS4 is on track to reach the 100million figure faster than the Nintendo Wii.
And it also looks set to hit this milestone within the same timeframe as the PS2 – the most successful console ever.
The PS4 looks virtually guaranteed to overtake the original PlayStation and become Sony’s second biggest selling console of all time.
While it also remains to be seen how close the PS4 can get to the PS2’s gigantic sales before the end of its lifetime.
There are plenty of reasons for gamers to pick up a PS4, and it looks like it could be getting another awesome feature – at the Xbox One’s expense.
The Xbox One is currently the only console that the EA Access streaming service is available on.
However, the FIFA 19 makers may have teased that EA Access could soon be coming to the PS4.
During EA’s latest earnings call, the gaming giant said: “In the year ahead we plan to offer a subscription service on another major platform.”
No further details were provided, but PS4 is undoubtedly a “major platform”, while “subscription service” surely refers to EA Access.
If EA Access does appear on the PS4 it will mean Xbox One fans will lose one of the big bragging rights they have over their PlayStation counterparts.
EA Access costs just £3.99 per month or £19.99 per year and offers streaming of plenty of top EA titles, early access and money off digital purchases.
Games that can be streamed on EA Access include Madden 19, Burnout Paradise Remastered, UFC 3, Sims 4 and Star Wars Battlefront 2.
In other PS4 news, it was recently revealed that Sony has delivered a huge free bonus to PS Plus fans.
PlayStation Plus subscribers have been treated to a huge new bonus just days after the release of the February 2019 free PS4 games.
With Sony about to drop support for PS3 and PlayStation Vita games, the company has given subscribers a special bonus instead.
The new PS Plus update greatly increases cloud storage for subscribers.
“Expanded 100GB cloud storage is rolling out now to PS Plus members,” reads a Sony post.
“Enjoy 10 times more cloud storage for all those PS4 game saves!”
This huge increase means you’re almost guaranteed not to run out of save space storage on your PS4.
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