EA and Tiger Woods are never ever ever getting back together.
Fans of golf games, and those that are intrigued about Rory McIlroy PGA Tour, the first EA Sports golfing game since the Tiger Woods controversy from a few years ago, will have the chance to play the game a little early, when it goes live on EA Access starting July 9 next week.
As promised, EA games hit EA Access a little early to allow Xbox Live subscribers to play them early, and for free- in Rory McIlroy PGA Tour’s case, players will be permitted to play the game for up to 10 hours before their early access expires (though if they choose to purchase the final game when it releases, their progress and saves will carry over).
EA Access members also get 10% off the cost of a digital copy from the Xbox Store (again, as is the case with every EA game on EA Access). Basically, if you are even marginally interested in golf and have EA Access, there is no harm in checking this game out.
Rory McIlroy PGA Tour itself launches on July 16 on PS4 and Xbox One. Stay tuned.