s Electronic Arts working on a Netflix-style subscription service for games?

It looks like Electronic Arts might be working on the gaming equivalent of Netflix.

Working on behalf of EA, marketing company Chadwick Martin Bailey sent out a survey to PCGamesN. The form discusses the possibility of an “All You Can Play Video Game Subscription On PC”.


Judging by some of the questions, EA wants to get other publishers on board, including Ubisoft, Activision and Bethesda.

The survey also discusses pricing, timelines of availability and whether or not it should include indie games and expansion packs.

There’s no mention of it coming to consoles, but the Xbox One already has EA Access, while Sony consoles have PlayStation Now.

EA Access provides members with a collection of free games, discounts and early access to new releases.

Freebies include Dragon Age: Inquisition, NBA Live 15, EA Sports UFC, Battlefield 4, Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare, Need for Speed Rivals, FIFA 14 and Peggle 2.