NHL 21 has been in players hands for months, but a new platform is a great opportunity to catch up or get back on the ice!
That new platform is EA Play, where NHL 21 is available now as part of the Spring 2021 lineup.
Latest - NHL 21 Now Playable on EA Play
EA Play has offered gamers early access and trials for some of the biggest sports games around, including Madden 21, FIFA 21, and more.
NHL 21 has joined this elite company, and is available now with your EA Play subscription!
What is EA Play?
Subscription services with a variety of options are becoming more and more standard throughout various types of media consumption, and that's no different for gaming.
Players on Xbox, PlayStation, Origin, or Steam can sign up to gain access to the full array of games on The Play List, which will also include Madden 21 starting March 2, 2021.
New members can get their first month for just 99 cents with a monthly subscription cost of $4.99 after that, or they can pay $29.99 at once to get the full year for 50% off.
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In addition to access to games in The Play List and early access ten hour trials of new titles, members also get 10% off EA digital purchase.
Madden 21, NHL 21 on EA Play
With a handful of months having passed since top EA Sports titles like Madden 21 and NHL 21 were released, it's finally time for those titles to land on EA Play.
The big EA Sports title last month was Madden 21, but April is getting icy this year with NHL 21 now live on EA Play.
This means if you've already used up your NHL 21 trial, you can still play the game with your EA Play subscription! This time permanently.
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