EA's Origin Access Premier Launches Next Week

EA's Origin Access Premier Launches Next Week

EA's Origin Access Premier Launches Next Week

Electronic Arts are launching Origin Access Premier, its new unlimited PC gaming subscription service, next week.

EA have announced the launch date and price of their upcoming Premier Subscription tier for Origin Access. It's a brand new tier on top of the current Origin Access program, featuring dozens of games from years past, like Federation Internationale de Football Association 17, Need for Speed Payback, and Battlefield 1, but Premier also includes access to new games at launch.

The new Premier tier will also be able to access the back catalogue. But interestingly enough EA is taking a page from the GamePass playbook: before, Origin Access subscribers had to wait until EA rotated new games into the mix. Your current membership will from then on be known as Basic, and you'll get to enjoy all of the benefits you already have, if you already own an Origin Access subscription. Are you going to give it a further look in the coming days? "The releases available in 'the vault" are mostly titles at least 6 months old.

The existing Origin Access subscription costs $4.99 a month or $29 a year.

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With Access Premier, you can access a boatload of EA games and try them out without needing to dole out cash to buy each title - a major savings if you're someone who often buys games. In fact, EA is offering a five-day head start for every single new title to those with a subscription.

As Variety reports, Origin Access Premier costs $14.99 a month or $99 a year.

So, if you're looking forward to incoming titles like Battlefield V, Madden 19, or Federation Internationale de Football Association 19, but you don't like the idea of dropping $60 for each of them, it sounds like getting a Premier subscription might not be a bad way to play through them all. And if you end up not liking the game, you can simply move on without worry of all the money you paid.

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